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June 6th, 2007
Rejuvenating Moore's Law With Nanotechnology
In the scientific community, the area of graphene has been generating the type of buzz more akin to the newest Steven Spielberg summer blockbuster than a new class of two-dimensional materials.
Which is why we recently reached out to Professor Andre Geim. Geim is the director of the Manchester Centre for Mesoscience and Nanotechnology and the chair in Condensed Matter Physics--and considered one of the foremost graphene innovators in the world.
He has published over 120 peer-refereed research papers, including 10 Nature and Science articles and approximately 20 papers in Physical Review Letters, Nature Materials and Nature Physics.
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