Graphene could usher in smart devices that allow for wireless health monitoring. Continue reading →
This week have transparent metal, high-flying balloons to generate solar power, and a gargoyle skyscraper for Manhattan.
Gently heating a sheet of graphene paper gives it the ability to walk forward and backward.
The fabric could be made into a T-shirt that's able to sense air quality and then deliver an alert to your smartphone. Continue reading →
Scientists have created the first-ever superconducting graphene, a material that conducts electricity with zero resistance.
We take a look at some of the latest artistic and technological advances that happened this week in the area of light.
Researchers combined one of the strongest artificial materials, graphene, with one of the strongest natural materials, spider silk.
Experiments showed that graphene is 10 times better than steel at absorbing the energy of a penetrating projectile. Continue reading →
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