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  • 1. The  Day  Ahead   •  Some  of  the  latest  Graphene  developments,  especially  applica9ons   •  We  will  get  a  perspec9ve  of  “Other  Carbon-­‐based  Materials”  and  applica9ons   •  Learn  about  alterna9ve  materials  that  fulfil  a  similar  role.   Chair:  Professor  Peter  Dobson  (WMG  and  The  Queen’s  College  Oxford)     www.hvm-­‐uk.com  
  • 2. Examples  of  the  Innova9on  Time  Gap:   it  takes  longer  than  you  might  think!   From  an  Editorial  comment  in  Nature  Materials  vol  12,  173   (2013)  concerning  the  US  Materials  Genome  project.    
  • 3. Innova9on  Timescales  and  Technology  Readiness   •  The  9mescale  for  Innova9on  is   typically  10-­‐25  years,  especially   for  making  “stuff”!     •  We  make  use  of  the  NASA  TRL   scales  now   •  Research  Councils  fund  up  to   TRL  2   •  TSB  funds  TRL  3-­‐5   •  Horizon  2020  (EU)  is  intending  to   support  TRL  5-­‐8   hcp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technology_Readiness_Level  
  • 4. Discussion  Guidelines   •  Let’s  try  to  be  honest  and  posi9ve!   •  Iden9fy  any  “roadblocks”   •  Where  are  graphene  materials  on  the  TRL  scale?     •  Is  there  anything  graphene  can’t  do??  

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