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NanoDTC Nokia Talks

last modified Nov 03, 2015 02:48 PM
Nokia representatives talk to NanoDTC students about their research and the challenges of working in Industry

On Thursday 22nd October, three representatives from Nokia Cambridge visited the NanoDTC to talk about their research, and the challenges of working in Industry. Their talks touched upon Electronic skin, Quantum Computing and Graphene. They also identified challenges and hurdles that arise on the way towards industrial production and commercialization. A group discussion took place after the presentations, where students brainstormed ideas for addressing the challenges posed by the speakers.

 

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