Professor Konstantin Novoselov interviewed about Graphene





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Published on Mar 16, 2012

Graphene Flagship Expert Minds. In conversation with Konstantin Novoselov Professor at the University of Manchester, UK

-What was the original idea behind the Graphene experiment? (0:00)

-You shared the method openly with other labs. Why did you do so and do you regret doing so? (2:39)

- What is so special about Graphene? (3:55)

- Graphene appeals to many physicists. What about chemist, material engineers, biologists? (5:05)

- Other 2d crystals followed rather soon after Graphene. How are you dealing with them? (6:40)

- Can you tell us more about 2d heterostructures (materials on demand)? (7:23)

- You produce these materials by hand - can you imagine mass production of such materials? (9:19)

- Graphene has been providing surprise after surprise for the last few years. For how long will it continue? (10:30)

- Can engineers think outside the box and invent completely new devices which are specifically for Graphene? (11:12)


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