To celebrate our 20th anniversary, we took a look back at how we began and found it all began with a napkin.
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In today’s tech-hungry world, lithium batteries are ubiquitous, with everything from your mobile phone to the neighbour’s electric car relying on the metal, and it’s easy to see why. Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries pack a punch, storing more energy than any other battery of equivalent size, and delivering power to where it’s needed, quickly and efficiently.
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Research into micro-environmental conditions within and between cells might ultimately result in tailored cancer medications.
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The discovery of conducting polymers – plastics that conduct electricity – won New Zealander Alan MacDiarmid the Nobel Prize in 2000.
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This article from our 2018 Annual Report provides information about the range of awards received by MacDiarmid Institute Investigators over the past year.
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Professor Alkaisi is a Principal Investigator of the MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Material and Nanotechnology. He is the founder and coordinator of the MacDiarmid Institute BioNanoNetwork.
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12 of our Investigators were successful in MBIE 2016 Endeavour Round and are involved in both Smart Ideas and Research Programmes.
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Bill, Alex, Cather, Maan, Shaun and Sandy work at The MacDiarmid Institute - they all do science for a living, but have very different jobs and perspectives. One thing they all have in common is their passion for science.
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The MacDiarmid Institute's Professor Maan Alkaisi speaks about his work - what is nanotechology and how do we use it?
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