Emerging graphene applications may expand market opportunities

Graphene has long been touted as a wunderkind nanomaterial, and academic researchers continue to pursue novel applications. Two such investigations have been reported in the past week. First, Mainak Majumder at Monash University and Parama Banerjee at Rice University published a study showing that c...

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