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This Is Now The World’s Lightest Material
This one's made of carbon, and it's super absorbent, too!
Superheated Water Etches Diamond
Water acting weird
Using Graphene, Lockheed Martin Wants To Turn Salt Water Into Drinking Water
A new Lockheed Martin project promises to cheaply and easily turn seawater into drinking water.
EU Invests $1.35 Billion To Find Practical Applications For Graphene
The untapped potential of the 'world's strongest material' may not remain untapped for long.
The Future of Electronics is Just One Single Molecule Thick
Molybdenum disulfide works in ways single-atom-thick graphene won't, opening the door to a range of new electronics applications
Torn Apart by Metal, Graphene Knits Itself Back Together Again
The amazing molecule turns out to be self-healing
Graphene Sheets Can Be Turned Into the Best Filters Ever, For Desalination and Much More
Add another item to the list of things one can accomplish using graphene, the wonder material of the future: Clean...
Meet Silicene, Single-Atom-Thick Sheets of Silicon That Could Supersede Graphene
Silicene could be the material of the future. Or at least the material of the near future, until graphene-based semiconductors...
Tattooing Teeth With Graphene Could Warn of Bacteria and Dental Decay
Electronic tattoos promise to help people monitor health in all kinds of ways, from heart rates to blood sugar and...
“Designer Electrons” Can Be Custom-Made for Future Devices
Electrons were fooled into behaving as though they were in a magnetic field, with no magnets around