Boise State University/NSF Program Benefits High School Materials Scientists
Newswise (press release)
This emerging field of two-dimensional nanomaterials received worldwide attention in 2010, when Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov won the Nobel Prize in Physics for “groundbreaking experiments regarding the two-dimensional material graphene.
Poland to cash in on graphene production?
Graphene was first isolated in 2004 by Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, who were awarded the Nobel prize for physics in 2010. With such properties graphene, has enormous potential, however, scientists are still looking for commercial uses for it.
Interdependence: can you teach creativity? Plus other big questions
It reopened with a show by Cornelia Parker that involved a collaboration with graphene scientist Konstantin Novoselov (see below). “At the moment, if you look across the UK there's nowhere more ... A Russian-British physics professor at the university ...
The European Research Council is investing in basic research
... researchers in Europe is the success story of Konstantin Novoselov, who was awarded an ERC grant for a project on the physics and applications and graphene in 2007, and went on to win the Nobel Prize in physics in 2010 with his colleague Andre Geim.