The same force that allows water to climb trees may prevent it from flowing through nanoscopic pores in certain materials.
A fundamental discovery in materials science has potential applications for water filtration and energy storage.
A new class of graphene-based filters could make current gas purification methods more effective.
UNSW researchers are using ‘wonder material’ graphene to generate sustainable energy in municipal wastewater treatment plants.
UNSW researchers are collaborating with Sewer Venting and Crane Hire Services (SVSR) to look at the potential for graphene oxide to be applied to wastewater collection networks.
UNSW scientists have developed a new carbon-based material that could revolutionise moisture control in applications as diverse as electronics, packaging, air conditioning – and keeping footwear fresh.
A world-first graphene-based filter that can remove more than 99% of the natural organic matter in treated drinking water is being scaled up for possible use in conventional plants.