I’ll quote the first lines: “Today, ‘the future’ just got a little more present, thanks to news that the Graphene Flagship Consortium, a collection of industry and academic partners – including Nokia – looking to improve the world using graphene, was chosen by the European Union for the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) program, triggering an investment of 1 billion euros that will be spread over the next 10 years.”
So that means that a lot of money will be invested in the development of graphene technology. Why is this interesting? Because last year – thinking about how the Nokia Lumia 920 could possibly offer the same imaging quality if the device wouldn’t offer the same 41MP sensor of the 808 PureView – I wrote about a publication on Unwiredview.com (via WPCentral). You’ll find that post here.
Now this is the kind of high-tech defining our future, and that’s not the kind of stuff I can write about easily. But I think it’s interesting to see an announcement like this on Nokia Conversations. Is it just a coincidence? Holler if you know more about it, or think you do. Meanwhile you’ll find more information in the post over at Nokia Conversations.