A new CEO for Graphene@Manchester will lead the commercial development of graphene and 2D materials.
Graphene has the highest thermal conductivity known to man. But how can we harness this and what can it be used for?
In this video we look at what this means for applications of the future. The possibilities include sports wear, which conducts heat away from athletes' bodies. It can also be used for CPU cooling, meaning graphene electronic devices will be overall more energy efficient.
Narrated by Dr Aravind Vijayaraghavan, Lecturer in Nanomaterials