“We’re developing materials in ways that Mother Nature never imagined it to be,” said Nobel Laureate Konstantin Novoselov at his lecture on Monday at #LINO19.
Two days later, at a Science Breakfast, the laureate returned to go into more detail about what graphene (and other 2D materials) can really do for the world.
Few things can convince young scientists to attend a 7.00 hrs event, but a breakfast with Novoselov is definitely one of them. Novoselov, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2010 alongside Andre Geim, was joined by Jari Kinaret, Director of the Graphene Flagship, and Nobel Laureate Klaus von Klitzing for an early discussion where they debated how the graphene initiative is doing so far, what the challenges are, and what we can expect from the material in the future.
Applied Graphene Materials plc (LON:AGM) produces and sells graphene products primarily in the United Kingdom. It offers graphene nanoplatelets; and graphene powder in a range of polymer matrices, including thermoset and thermoplastic, as well as adhesives, elastomers, oils, and aqueous and non-aqueous solutions.