Posts Tagged ‘Andre Geim’
Genome sequencing will have a profound effect on our understanding of genetic biology and could usher in a day when doctor and patient are able to review individual genome sequences to fully personalise medical treatment. As the X PRIZE FOUNDATION begins to receive nominations for its $10m prize for the first privately funded company that [...]
Watch a fascinating lecture – The Magic of Graphene – by physics Nobel laureate Andre Geim. To watch the lecture click here.
British science is dominating this year’s Nobel Prize announcements as two physicists from the University of Manchester, Professors Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, have won the Nobel Prize for Physics 2010. They have been awarded the Prize for their creation of graphene, a one-atom thick, super strong, carbon-based electrical conductor that was hailed a “wonder material” [...]