Graphene Star Lecture
|Starts:||13:30 7 Nov 2018|
|Ends:||14:30 7 Nov 2018|
|What is it:||Lecture|
|Organiser:||Student Recruitment and Widening Participation Team|
|Who is it for:||Post 16, Secondary schools|
Our Star Lecture Series has been developed to allow teachers and pupils access to exciting curriculum resources, delivered by some of our leading academic staff.
The upcoming lecture is all things Graphene. The wonder material was isolated at The University of Manchester in 2004 and its discoverers, Prof Andre Geim and Prof Kostya Novoselov, went on to win the Nobel Prize for their work.
Graphene is a disruptive technology; one that could open up new markets and even replace existing technologies or materials. It is when graphene is used both to improve an existing material and in a transformational capacity that its true potential can be realised.
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