Professor Neal Skipper, Dr Emily Milner and Visiting Research Fellow Dr Chris Howard along with Professor Milo Shaffer from Imperial College have invented a revolutionary new method for producing graphene, a process for which UCLB has filed a patent application.
Just one atom thick, the honeycomb-shaped material has several remarkable properties combining mechanical toughness with superior electrical and thermal conductivity. It’s the thinnest, strongest material we know of – 100 times stronger than steel,...
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