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Nicola Davis discusses several aspects of graphene with Professors Mark Miodownik (from University College London), Richard Jones (University of Sheffield) and Cinzia Casiraghi (Manchester University) in the Science Weekly podcast. The radio programme focuses on the properties of graphene, its applications and future challenges, where spinup companies could play an important role to fill the gap between academia and market, leading the initial prototypes developed at laboratory to industrialisation.

During the closing ceremony of the 2016’ International Graphene Innovation Conference (GRAPCHINA 2016), GPNT received the “Gold Medal Product” award. GRAPCHINA is a major commercial and academic event in Asia devoted to show the significant influence of graphene in emerging technologies for daily use. Over 2,000 participants attended the conference which was held on 22-24 September in Qingdao. We would like to thank the organizers of GRAPCHINA for this award. This recognition encourages us in our daily effort to bring high-quality graphene to the masses.

Prof. José María De Teresa and Ana Ballestar, members of the GPNT company, explain us two different techniques for producing graphene: on the one hand, the so-called exfoliation method, and on the other hand, the heating  of a silicon carbide wafer up to the graphitization temperature (from 11’ 30’’). (CONTENT IN SPANISH) From exfoliated graphene to graphene on Silicon Carbide

Francis Villatoro is professor at the University of Malaga and also the author of “Francis the mule Science's”, the science blog of science of Naukas website. Professor Villatoro talks about the strange physical properties of graphene, different types of graphene and future applications of graphene in “The science factory” podcast. Dyrac cone, electronic band structure, plasmons, tunneling effect and much more in just over 50 minutes. (CONTENT IN SPANISH) Physical Properties of Graphene

Researchers from the Aragon Materials Science Institute (ICMA) and the Institute of Nanoscience of Aragon (INA) explain to us how new materials can revolutionize our lives. Among others, Professor José María de Teresa shows the cleaning room located at INA. We see in detail the procedure that Novoselov and Geim -which received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010- used to synthesize graphene for the first time. (CONTENT IN SPANISH) Supermaterials. Searching for the material of the 21st century

Jorge Solis interviews Francisco Guinea, researcher at IMDEA Nanoscience Institute from Madrid, in "Uncertainty Principle". Francisco Guinea talks about the properties of graphene and its applications. Graphene for industrial applications such as batteries, solar panels and optical fibers? (CONTENT IN SPANISH) Graphene for hydrogen batteries, solar panels and optical fibers

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