By all measures, graphene shouldn’t stay. The research conducted by at the University of Arkansas has come up with strong evidence that the motion of two-dimensional materials can be used as the source of clean and limitless energy. The professor of physics at the University of Arkansas, Paul Thibado, studied the movement of graphene. Read the Post Bizarre Atomic Ripples in Graphene Could Unlock Clean, Limitless Energy
In the contemporary times where technology is playing the real game, almost everybody uses a computer. All of them who do use want their respective computer to be swift in action. Read the Post Graphene that Enables the Computers to get Swift
Researchers in Europe have demonstrated over whether Graphene can be easily integrated with Neurons or not. They found it by maintaining the integrity of these vital nerve cells. And the researchers say that this could lead to highly improved brain implants.