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Graphene is theme for Festival’s science communicator

A University of Manchester graphene researcher and lecturer who has encouraged more than 20,000 people to learn about the amazing potential of the wonder material has won this year’s Joshua Phillips Award for Innovation in Science Engagement (Josh Award) at MOSI (Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester).

As part of the award Dr Aravind Vijayaraghavan from The University of Manchester’s School of Computer Science, will be this year’s Science Communicator in Residence at the Manchester Science Festival.

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