Human trial shows safe to develop ‘wonder’ material

This revolutionary nanomaterial could be developed further without acute risk to human health.

A coal-based product could replace sand in concrete

Discovery could be part of a solution to the looming ‘sand crisis’.

Metal-free graphene quantum dots for highly efficient tumor therapy

Treating tumors with few side effects.

Turning ultra-thin carbon into surprisingly strong magnets

When terahertz pulses strike graphene discs

New ultra-strong material for microchip sensors

It boasts a yield strength 10 times greater than Kevlar, renowned for its use in bulletproof vests.

A high-speed electrical readout method for graphene nanodevices

This technique enables high-speed measurements of bilayer graphene quantum dots.

A rare electronic state emerges in five-layer graphene

A newly discovered type of electronic behavior could help with packing more data into magnetic memory devices.

Making green hydrogen from plastic waste

Graphene by-product offsets ‘flash’ hydrogen production costs, Rice study finds.

Puzzle solved: Why graphene is so much more permeable to protons?

Graphene discovery could help generate hydrogen cheaply and sustainably.

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