Video: Why matter matters — can the built environment better respond to material innovation?

Experts discuss the development of graphene, self-healing concrete and fibre-reinforced concrete,how they can be incorporated in the built environment and what makes them so unique.

Speakers include:

- Stephen Hodge, research associate at the Cambridge Graphene Centre and the Engineering Department of Cambridge University

- Anna Ploszajski, materials scientist and engineer at UCL Chemistry, and freelance features writer for The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining

- Jessica Wade, research associate at Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Physics, Imperial College London 

- Matthew Wells, ‎director at Techniker

This talk is part of the SuperMaterial event series, curated by The Built Environment Trust. The event programme is kindly supported by Trimo.


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