It's 10 times stronger than steel, with only five percent of its density.
Why knit when you can 3D print?
Researchers at HRL Laboratories have developed a new material that lets us use 3D printing to make ceramics.
If you have water, tape, tweezers and say…a microchip and some graphite crystals lying around your house, you can actually make graphene.
The new Power Paper is capable of storing energy, is ultrasmall, and charges in seconds. It's also made from simple, renewable materials.
It's also extremely durable, and inspired by our own bones.
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