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Read more at: Simulation to understand powder flow and compaction [ADDoPT]

Simulation to understand powder flow and compaction [ADDoPT]

16 January 2019

James Elliott, Professor of Macromolecular Materials Science at the University of Cambridge's Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy, outlines work in his group in the ADDoPT project to model, simulate and understand better powder flow and compaction behaviour in key drug product formulation operations such as...


Read more at: Congratulations to Dr Chunlei Pei
Congratulations to Dr Chunlei Pei

Congratulations to Dr Chunlei Pei

31 March 2017

Dr Chunlei Pei wins a Young Researcher Prize for an oral presentation at the UK Particle Technology forum held at University of Birmingham on 29th March 2017.


Read more at: Multi-scale modelling of carbon nanotube reinforced crosslinked interfaces
Multi-scale modelling of carbon nanotube reinforced crosslinked interfaces

Multi-scale modelling of carbon nanotube reinforced crosslinked interfaces

28 January 2017

A new paper by James A. Elliott and his Turkish collaborators Elif Ozden-Yenigun and Canan Atilgan is published in Computational Materials Science


Read more at: Enhanced ordering reduces electric susceptibility of liquids confined to graphene slit pores
Enhanced ordering reduces electric susceptibility of liquids confined to graphene slit pores

Enhanced ordering reduces electric susceptibility of liquids confined to graphene slit pores

6 June 2016

We show that the confinement of solvents to thin 2D layers (e.g. between carbon nanotube or graphene films) can greatly enhance the ordering of the molecules, leading to dramatic changes in their electrical properties than can affect the resistance of the carbon nanomaterials.


Read more at: Peter Vanya JMAC Poster Prize
Peter Vanya JMAC Poster Prize

Peter Vanya JMAC Poster Prize

13 April 2016

Peter Vanya (PhD student) wins Best 2nd Year Poster Prize at JMAC 2016


Read more at: Mechanical properties of carbon nanotube fibres: St Venant’s principle at the limit and the role of imperfections
Mechanical properties of carbon nanotube fibres: St Venant’s principle at the limit and the role of imperfections

Mechanical properties of carbon nanotube fibres: St Venant’s principle at the limit and the role of imperfections

1 October 2015

A new paper by Thurid S. Gspann, Nicola Montinaro, Antonio Pantano, James A. Elliott and Alan H. Windle is published in Carbon.


Read more at: Ancient proteins resolve the evolutionary history of Darwin’s South American ungulates
Ancient proteins resolve the evolutionary history of Darwin’s South American ungulates

Ancient proteins resolve the evolutionary history of Darwin’s South American ungulates

20 March 2015

In collaboration with colleagues from University of York, and elsewhere, we have helped to develop techniques for analysing sequences of collagen in ancient bone which shed light on important phylogenetic relationships that were previously inaccessible using traditional DNA dating techniques.


Read more at: Welcome Peter and Chunlei to the MML Group
Welcome Peter and Chunlei to the MML Group

Welcome Peter and Chunlei to the MML Group

28 January 2015

We hope everyone had a great Christmas and New Year and will have a happy 2015. We would like to welcome two new members: Peter and Chunlei, to the MML group.


Read more at: Postdoc position in DEM available
Postdoc position in DEM available

Postdoc position in DEM available

4 August 2014

PDRA position available (deadline 1st September)


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MML Christmas Dinner 2019

20 December 2019

MML Christmas Dinner on 12th December 2019 at Fitzwilliam

MML Christmas Dinner

20 December 2019

MML Christmas Dinner at Fitzwilliam College on 12th December 2019

Peter's graduation pub trip

25 October 2019

MML celebrated Peter Vanya's graduation at Castle Inn. Congratulate Peter and wish him all the best in the new career.

Welcome Philipp, Ben, Yoshitake

11 October 2019

We would like to welcome Philipp Kloza, Ben Seddon and Yoshitake Suganuma as new PhD students to the group. Thank James for the cupcakes!