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Scientists have made a breakthrough in efficiently manufacturing a whole new material that might revolutionize computing and chip manufacturing. Despite the news, the technology is many years away.
A new process has been developed that allows scientists to create graphene 'pom-poms' which have impressive electrical properties. This process might hold the key to a new generation of batteries.
Zap&Go, the first commercial graphene supercapacitor charger offering five minute charging and portability, will soon wrap up its successful Indiegogo campaign.
Samsung has now finally grasped the manufacturing process, and stated that in partnership with Sungkyunkwan University, SAID has become the first to harness the benefits of graphene in manufacturing.
The Graphene Flagship Consortium, which has Nokia as a member, received a grand of one billion euros this week from the European Union to continue their research with the super strong material.
IBM researchers have created a new type of high speed Graphene circuit that has the potential to transform several of the everyday electronics that many people have around their homes. The ultra-thin material supposedly has...