Electric SUVs, Solar Trains, Graphene Running Shoes, and More
One of the strongest materials in nature just got a synthetic boost.
One of graphene’s “weaknesses” is a strength in the manufacturing process.
Your rubber band ball might get a little more dangerous.
This could revolutionize all nano-electric circuits in computers, phones and more.
It's smaller but more powerful.
844 million people don’t have access to clean water. This method, when perfected outside the lab, could help.
They make human-machine interactions a reality.
Move over graphene, there's another superconductor in town.
It just takes sugar, nickel, and a process called "3D laser printing."
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