Graphene is considered to be one of the most innovative materials existing.
Two Russian researchers, Andrej Gejm and his student Konstantin Novoselov, migrated to Manchester, discovered it in 2004 and went on to being awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010.
But what is Graphene?
Graphene is currently the world’s thinnest material; in fact it can be as slim as a single layer of a carbon atom and it is as hard as a diamond.
The material has a wide range of uses: automotive and air transport (to have lighter and more resistant cars and aircrafts), biomedical, housebuilding, mechanical, sporting equipments, fashion and high-tech sector.
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