Conductive Graphene Ink Wins Science Photography Competition

Conductive Graphene Ink Wins Science Photography Competition

Conductive graphene ink wins science photography competition’s top prize An image of spectacular swirling graphene ink in alcohol, which can be used to print electrical circuits onto paper, has won the overall prize in a national science photography competition, organised by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). ‘Graphene—IPA Ink’, by James Macleod, from the University of Cambridge, shows powdered graphite in alcohol which produces a conductive ink. The ink is forced at high…








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Colorful Architecture of Europe’s Metro Stations

Colorful Architecture of Europe’s Metro Stations

Photographer Chris Forsyth has released the latest images from his photo series Metro. Having previously gone underground to capture the surreal beauty of Montreal’s metro system, Forsyth traveled to Europe to shoot stations in Munich, Berlin and Stockholm. His photographic style portrays the stations in their best light – bright, clean, colorful and completely absent of people. “Seeing the design strengths of various metro systems, from the hand painted cave-like stations in Stockholm, to the well-lit modern…








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