BREXIT THREATENS TO UPEND CENTURIES OF GREAT BRITISH INNOVATION

For many years Andre Geim was best known for designing an experiment that looked more like a parlor trick than a serious piece of scientific research. One Friday evening, in a moment of boredom at his Dutch lab, the Soviet-born physicist...

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Andre Geim: Sir Andre Konstantin Geim, FRS is a Russian-born Dutch-British physicist working at the University of Manchester. Geim was awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics jointly with Konstantin Novoselov for his work on graphene. He is Regius Professor of Physics, Langworthy Professor at the University of
- Andre Geim Wikipedia
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