Slashdot links to an interview with Andre Geim at Nature News that discusses his Nobel Prize winning research. I am a big fan of graphene for its potential applications in electronics and computing. This research was clearly richly deserved of winning the prize. The most curious part, though, as Slashdot calls out, is why Geim didn't patent graphene. You haven't yet patented graphene. Why is that? We considered patenting; we prepared a patent and it was nearly filed. Then I had an interaction w More

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