Graphene Applications (2) - Automotive

Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/mysimpleshow Graphene used in cars? Why not. The current development in the automotive industry such as self-driving and electrical cars puts up new challenges for researchers and innovators. In this film we show how graphene could play a major role in the development for a safer and more comfortable driving. Scientific advisors: Frank Koppens (ICFO) Daniel Neumaier (AMO) Vincenzo Palermo (CNR) Authors: Karin Weijdegård (Chalmers University) Ilya Kompasov (simpleshow foundation) This video was produced in cooperation with the Graphene Flagship. For more information visit: http://graphene-flagship.eu/

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