Science Never Ends: Andre Geim
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  • Graphene
  • Nobel Prize
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Welcome to a series of stories about a group of geniuses. Do you remember Andre Geim from our previous video, who won the Ig Nobel Prize for levitating a frog? You may remember him as a funny scientist, but in accordance with the title of this series, Science Never Ends, his story continues, this time with a focus on graphene. This time, he entered the scientific halls of ultimate glory. Have you ever heard of graphene? This “wonder material” is the lightest, strongest, thinnest material known to man, as well as the best heat and electricity conductor ever discovered.

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