Dr Jess Wade BEM, Imperial physicist

The audience were fascinated by Dr Wade taking them on a journey in the world of carbon-based (organic) small molecules and polymers.

Under the right circumstances, they can act as semiconductors which we are using to make novel electronic devices: solar panels, light emitting diodes, biological sensors, stretchable screens, conductive thread and stick-on glucose sensors.

 


We're sorry, but the deadline for signing up to Dr Jess Wade's talk on Chirality and the future of electronics has now passed so we cannot accept any more participants.

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