The Graphene Engineering and Innovation Centre (GEIC) is a £60 million investment at The University of Manchester, which will establish a state of the art research and technology facility for the development of graphene and related 2D materials.

Connect 2 Cleanrooms won a competitive tender to design and build an ISO Class 6 cleanroom within the GEIC for the development of transfer processes of graphene and other 2D materials onto useful substrates, like glass or plastic for flexible electronics.

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