The University of Manchester has been announced as the host of Graphene week 2015 - A key international conference for scientists studying the wonder substance graphene.
Graphene Week - the international conference on the fundamental science of graphene and applications of graphene-based devices - is the main annual event of the European Commission's buggest ever research initiative, Graphene Flagship.
Set to take place at the University of Manchester from 22-26 June 2015, it is estimated that the event will attract more than 400 scientists from across the world, contributing approximately £700,000 in economic benefit to the city. The 2015 event will be the ninth outing in the series which has previously taken place in cities across Europe and once in the USA.
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Source: University of Manchester