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Graphene and its applications
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In 2010, André Geim and Konstantin Novoselo won the Nobel prize in Physics for their discovery of graphene, a two-dimensional material as flexible, light and sturdy as steel. This animation film is a presentation of the various possible applications of graphene, such as in mechanics and electronics.