Graphene's Antibacterial Properties Could Make Thinner, Better Bandages
Chinese researchers have discovered that bacterial cells will not grow on graphene paper, but human cells suffer no harm from it. This paper could be used for bandages, to package food products or even woven into textiles for that antibacterial t-shirt you've always wanted.
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