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Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory have grown perfect foot-long sheets of graphene in a custom furnace that blows carbon atoms into place on a moving substrate. Rice University scientist Boris Yakobson and his team modeled how one graphene seed becomes the fittest, a process is known as evolutionary selection, and how it advances depending on the substrate and precursors.

Scientists grew the graphene stronger with wind

Scientists at Rice University along with New Mexico State University and the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) developed a technique to...