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Adrian Nixon and Debbie Nelson present a series of videos which explain complex scientific analysis with Clarity from Complexity. Engaging, fun and easy to understand, these videos are useful for research projects; STEM classes; marketing tools for explaining graphene related topics to industry leaders and decision makers. We invite viewers to ask questions, and we will answer online. For controversial topics, please know we will block remarks deemed inappropriate for family viewing.
Adrian Nixon shares his experiences in science and how he came to be interested in the world of graphene and other 2D materials.
Adrian Nixon explains what graphene is and offers helpful visual aids while describing.
The discovery of graphene opened the door to an entire world of 2D materials. Adrian Nixon describes the superlatives of graphene, often called a “wonder material.”
Graphene and other 2D materials have numerous formations. Adrian Nixon describes the differences and what they have in common.
Since graphene must be separated from graphite rock, Adrian Nixon explains how the single atomic layers are made – or isolated – from graphite.
Isolating a single layer of graphene by assembling atom-by-atom in a process called Chemical Vapour Deposition.
Adrian Nixon explains why hype exists since the discovery of graphene in 2004 and how to overcome it.
Adrian Nixon explains the multitude of composites which can be created by combining graphene with other substances.
Adrian Nixon explains the difference between the NGI and the GEIC in Manchester, UK.
This time Adrian discusses one of the mysteries surrounding graphene and why it keeps surprising scientists.
Adrian explains a remarkable healthcare application of graphene in battling brain cancer.
In this Short film, a unique tagging system for plants is described.
In this full interview, Adrian fully describes how quantum dots are used in tagging plants.
Adrian explains research being done at MIT on graphene oxide and how it can be used to cut titanium.
Adrian explains further on exactly what graphene oxide is and how it is formed.