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 →
The first graphene-based display represents a significant step forward in fully wearable and flexible devices.
A completely new structure heats water and turns it into steam. Continue reading →
The researchers took the unusual step of applying the flexible sensors to plants and insects to see if the devices could detect nerve gas.
A low-tech solution has been found to make industrial-scale graphene.
A molecular box folds and unfolds in a way that improves the energy-storing capacity of hydrogen fuel cells.
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