The prestigious award was given to two Russian researchers, both professors at the University of Manchester"for groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene".


Graphene was the first bi-dimensional material discovered in the world and there is no other thinner, stronger and more conductive material.


Its applications are countless and cover various fields: from electronics to energy, from medicine to the communications sector, and so on…


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