A true journey through graphene and its future applications is offered by the show promoted by Collegio di Milano, an institution of excellence with students from all Milan university departments, and by the Research Centre for Applied Sustainability of Goldmann & Partners, a company involved in projects and services for sustainability.
Made of a single layer of carbon atoms, graphene has surprising properties capable to revolutionize our life, some of which are still to be discovered (click here to go to our section dedicated to graphene for more information).
The show is the result of the work of a team of 12 students of Collegio di Milano, who started a research on graphene in January based on meetings with experts and analyses. The goal was to disseminate and expand the knowledge of this material, which is still largely unknown to a wide audience (for more information, click here to listen to the interview with the team’s spokesperson at Moebius, a Radio24 broadcast on Science).
The show is open to the public, with free admission, from June 25 to July 3 (except on Saturdays and Sundays) from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Milan State University, via Festa del Perdono 7.
Goldmann & Partners has embarked on this educational activity with Collegio di Milano within the framework of the ATANOR project, an initiative of the Lombardy Region dedicated to the development of cross-functional graphene-based polymeric materials.
The Editorial Staff
Published on Monday, June 24, 2013