Jan 162013

Graphene has been hailed as a wonder material that could replace silicon in microchips thanks to its strength and conductivity, and researchers Southwest have developed a nano-factory that will enable them to build new devices on a single layer of material. The nano-factory is located at the Laboratory Centre graphene recently opened at the University of Bath. The laboratory is part of the Centre for Science graphene, which combines the expertise of scientists from Bath and the University of Exeter. Credit: University of Bath more information, www.labnews.co.uk
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