New Center For Graphene Development Planned
29 August 2012
We read an interesting article in the Construction Enquirer regarding graphene which has been dubbed the new 'miracle material'.
The new substance won its discoverers the Nobel Prize and is held out as one of the great finds of the 21st century. Up to 200 times stronger than steel and just one atom thick, graphene is the strongest and thinnest material ever measured, and also the world's most conductive material.
With many potential uses within industry the government are backing plans by Manchester University to build a center for a graphene development.
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