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.
Researchers make a graphene superconductor
Which doesn’t need to be chilled down to crazy temperatures to work.
MIT's 3D graphene is ten times stronger than steel
... and 95 percent less dense.
Your next heart monitor could be graphene-coated Silly Putty
But you'll still have to put it back in its egg when you're done.
Six amazing uses for the wonder material graphene
An aerogel so light, it can perch on top of a flower.
Graphene-fed silkworms can spin super threads
It could lead to a new type of eco-friendly wearables and biodegradable implants.
Six next-gen battery technologies
One of them dissolves in water when it's no longer in use.
Researchers push Moore's Law with a 1-nanometer transistor gate
The 5-nanometer limit is so ancient history.