Graphene 'stimulation' could selectively kill off cancer cells
Without damaging healthy ones.
Graphene film makes dirty water drinkable in a single step
The process even made water from Sydney Harbor safe to drink.
Samsung's 'graphene ball' battery could lead to fast-charging EVs
The tech could also boost capacities by up to 45 percent.
Scientists use molecular 'sieve' to purify water
The new desalination technology is inexpensive and energy efficient.
Prototype '3D' chip from MIT could eliminate memory bottlenecks
It swaps out silicon for carbon nanotubes to combine the processor and RAM.
Scientists have just created the thinnest magnet ever
It’s another step towards using 2D components to make better, faster computers.
Graphene is the key to tougher flexible OLED displays
Just think: clothes made of unbreakable screens.
Graphene sieves are a cheaper way of making saltwater drinkable
They could lead to a more effective and less energy-intensive desalination process.
Explosions may be the answer to mass-producing graphene
A lucky accident helped scientists produce grams of the valuable stuff at a time.