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  • “I am sceptical of patents, that's why I didn’t protect graphene”

    Sergio Ferrer | 06 May 2019 08:00

    Back in 2004, Andre Geim and his colleague Konstantin Novoselov isolated graphene. This kicked off the development of a new material that, despite not having unveiled all its potential yet, earned them the Nobel prize in Physics in 2010.

  • Whatever happened to graphene? The answer is in San Sebastian

    Sergio Ferrer | 15 September 2018 08:00

    More than 600 experts from 43 countries have gathered in San Sebastian this week to exchange ideas and share their work on this substance. Their ultimate goal: to take this material out of the laboratory to make the promised revolution a reality. This is the Graphene Week, which this year has received the visit of the ‘father’ of graphene, Andre Geim.