Nobel Prize in Physics

    Today it was awarded to two scientists (Andrei Game and Konstantin Novoselov) from Russia for the discovery of graphene.
    In general, a collaboration of scientists from different countries works on graphene, but the two received the prize. Just a few years after the discovery of graphene (this is very small), areas of its application in real life have been outlined:
    On the basis of graphene - films with a thickness of 1 atom, new touchscreens will be developed. If you are interested in knowing what graphene is in more detail and firsthand I recommend a video lecture by Michael Katznelson, a scientist from the Netherlands who works in the same collaboration.

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