Diamond – an engineering gem
17 October, 1:00 pm
Talk | Science, Technology
Diamond is an amazing material, and not only a fancy gemstone. You may be surspised to find out diamond’s role in shaping the things around you, from engineering your smart phone to focusing the lasers that cut sheet metal for cars. This presentation will describe how diamond can be made and engineered for many amazing applications.
This event takes place in the Explorazone Digital Auditorium. The ‘book now’ button will take you to the registration page for Explorazone Digital.
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