TED Institute: Mikael Fogelström on graphene | 2014
The thinnest structure ever and yet it is impermeable, stronger than diamond, and the best thermal conductor found to date. Mikael Fogelström, professor in theoretical physics and Scientific Leader of the Graphene Centre at Chalmers University of Technology, studies graphene and the extreme properties of the material.
At TED@BCG in Berlin, Germany, on 24 October 2014, Mikael Fogelström
explained graphene’s chemical structure, its potential applications, and why this might just catapult us into the next Carbon Age. "Graphene, from a layer of atoms to applications" was published on 22 December 2014. In English.
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