In the Media

Enabling Excellence and its network media coverage

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January 22, 2019
SiNC, Spanish News Agency, “Sassy Science, the world’s first drag queen to popularise science” (also Heraldo (Spain), el Desconcierto (Chili), and many others *)

January 8, 2019
Nature Blog, “A sassy way to highlight minorities in STEM”  (‘Creativity in SciComm is important and it doesn’t get more creative than this’)

November 26, 2018, “Origin of the mysterious blue fluorescence of polymer carbon dots

October 16, 2018
Nanowerk, “Graphene with a twist

October 16, 2018
EU Research and innovation page, Success Stories section, “Graphene expertise for touch screens with a twist”.

May 30, 2018
MEXT Japan, “BNERC:H2020 – An International Symposium”.

May 25, 2018
Toyo University Japan, “International Seminar: Delegation of the European Union to Japan and EURAXESS”.

January 9, 2018
EurekAlert, Potentially life-saving health monitor technology designed by Sussex University physicists

November 11, 2017
Newsweek, “Graphene Breakthrough Brings Unbreakable Smartphone Screens Closer”.

December 14, 2017
France Bleu, Radio interview of Chris Ewels on Nanotechnology (interview in French) where a bit of “Enabling Excellence” is discussed.

December 28, 2016, “The seeds of life in the world may have come from far away!” (article in Turkish).
Work on fullerenes, water, space and origins of life described in Turkish, a new study from “Enabling Excellence” groups at the Institute of Materials Jean Rouxel in Nantes, the National Hellenic Research Foundation and colleagues in seven other laboratories across Europe, Turkey and Canada

September 27, 2016, “Alternative touchscreen technologies” (article in Greek). Recent results in silver nanowires at University of Sussex

May 11, 2016
EurekAlert!, “New research shows how silver could be the key to gold-standard flexible gadgets”

January 24, 2016
Heraldo de Aragón, “Un millón de la UE para investigar el grafeno” (One Million Euros from EU for Graphene research)