Jake Wilkinson

Jake Wilkinson

Jake graduated from the University of Manchester with an integrated masters in Chemistry with honours.

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Due to his two left hands the practical side of science never appealed to him, instead he focused his studies on the field of science communication. His degree, combined with his previous experience in the promotion and marketing of events, meant a career in science marketing was a no-brainer.

In his spare time Jake enjoys keeping up with new music, reading anything he can get his hands on and going on the occasional run.

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Articles from Jake

IDTechEx Show to Focus on Resolving Energy Storage Issues with Graphene

Boron-Doped Graphene Sensor can Detect Trace Amounts of Toxic Gas

Graphene-Based Optical Detector can Monitor Broad Spectral Range at Room Temperature

Natural Nanomaterial Halloysite Holds Promise for External Medical Applications

Graphene Shows Potential for Energy-Efficient Data Storage Technologies

Addition of Cobalt to Nitrogen-Doped Graphene Offers Low-Cost Catalyst for Hydrogen Production

Water Nanodroplets Observed Surfing Across Graphenes Surface

Eco-Friendly Process Paves Way for Integration of Graphene Oxide into Future Technologies

Researchers Synthesize New Nanohoops Using Non-Carbon Atoms

International Research Team Succeeds in Taking Nanoscale Measurements of Intrinisic Graphene Strain

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