Felice Torrisi’s circuits printed on cloth are the future of fashion.
A graphene sensor could eventually replace dozens of cumbersome medical devices.
A new front opens in materials science.
It's made of 3D printed graphene, the ultra-strong and lightweight carbon nanomaterial. And it could be great for building stuff in space.
“A small amount of nano can really turn the ordinary into something extraordinary.”
Scientists successfully use untreated graphene to interface directly with neurons.
Self-folding boxes. Robo-muscles. Party tricks. The possibilities are endless.
It's not super-practical (yet), but graphene is now also a light source.
A simple coating allows for much smaller, much faster data transmission.
Are graphene light-sponges the new solar sails?
Engineers devise a way of printing kilometers-long sheets of "smart skin."
Researchers speculate that the spiders incorporated the solution into their silk as they spun their webs.