Graphene Will Change Tech Forever (Once We Figure It Out)





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Published on Aug 5, 2013

Graphene is something like a wonder material - ever since its 2004 discovery the non-material has been hailed as being incredibly thin, strong, and flexible, it's a great conductor, and it can keep electronics cool. Graphene is expected to revolutionize nano-technology and even supercapacitors, making electronics not only smaller, but more efficient.

So why hasn't it taken off yet? Why hasn't graphene been integrated into everything?

Kim Horcher and Cara Santa Maria discuss graphene's advancement, applications, and status as the "wonder" material.

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