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05 Oct 2010 21:53 GMT | Europe
The Noble committee announced on Tuesday that Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov of the University of Manchester in England have won the award for their experiments with graphene.Graphene is a flat sheet of carbon just one-atom thick. It is almost completely transparent, but also extremely strong and a good conductor of electricity.
Al Jazeera spoke to co- winner Konstantin Novoselov.
Source: Al Jazeera
Residents of Kunduz province concerned after black-masked fighters take control of their villages.
War & Conflict, Afghanistan, Taliban
One of the world's oldest spiritual belief systems has attracted new followers since the fall of the Soviet Union.
Religion, History, Russia
Rainfall has dropped by 30 percent since 1998 in the West African country, leaving nearly 2 million in need of food aid.
War & Conflict, Poverty & Development, Africa
Former SNP leader is pressing his case for a sovereign Scotland in the beating heart of Britain - London Westminster.
Politics, Europe, United Kingdom
Aid agencies prepare 'massive' operations in quake-hit Nepal as death toll rose to at least 4,000.
Inquiry says military responsible for the deaths of at least 44 Palestinians who sought refuge at UN sites last year.
War & Conflict, Middle East, Gaza, Israel, Palestine
Kite-balloons and spectrometers - how community activists use DIY technology to investigate environmental polluters.
Environment, Science & Technology, US & Canada
The story of a young Chinese woman who sells her time online to earn money by helping strangers with their errands.
Business & Economy, Human Rights, China
Fault Lines investigates how the US helped create the world's newest nation, and then watched it spiral into civil war.
War & Conflict, Politics, South Sudan
An examination of the deep wound that remains at the heart of Turkish-Armenian relations.
War & Conflict, Politics, US & Canada