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Graphene is a proven supermaterial, but manufacturing the versatile form of carbon at usable scales remains a challenge

Graphene is a proven supermaterial, but manufacturing the versatile form of carbon at usable scales remains a challenge

“Future chips may be 10 times faster, all thanks to graphene”; “Graphene may be used in COVID-19 detection”; and “Graphene allows batteries to charge 5x faster”—those are just a handful of recent dramatic headlines lauding the possibilities of graphene. Graphene is an incredibly light, strong and durable material made of a single layer of carbon… Read More »Graphene is a proven supermaterial, but manufacturing the versatile form of carbon at usable scales remains a challenge
Scientists construct novel quantum testbed one atom at a time

Scientists construct novel quantum testbed one atom at a time

With atomic precision, scientists built a testbed to manipulate electrons in entirely new ways with potential applications in quantum computing. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Nanophysics Nanomaterials More Graphene news STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films Physicists record “lifetime” of graphene qubits Shining a light on the quantum world Energy-harvesting design aims to… Read More »Scientists construct novel quantum testbed one atom at a time
Scientists construct novel quantum testbed one atom at a time

Scientists construct novel quantum testbed one atom at a time

With atomic precision, scientists built a testbed to manipulate electrons in entirely new ways with potential applications in quantum computing. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Nanophysics Nanomaterials More Graphene news Scientists construct novel quantum testbed one atom at a time STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films Physicists record “lifetime” of graphene qubits Shining… Read More »Scientists construct novel quantum testbed one atom at a time
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Scientists construct novel quantum testbed one atom at a time

Scientists construct novel quantum testbed one atom at a time

With atomic precision, scientists built a testbed to manipulate electrons in entirely new ways with potential applications in quantum computing. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Nanophysics Nanomaterials More Graphene news Scientists construct novel quantum testbed one atom at a time Scientists construct novel quantum testbed one atom at a time STEK Automotive launches… Read More »Scientists construct novel quantum testbed one atom at a time
A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

To effectively replicate the movements of humans and animals, robots should integrate muscle-like structures. These artificial muscles should attain an optimal performance across all relevant actuation parameters, including energy density, strain, stress, and mechanical strength. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Bio & Medicine Nanomaterials More Graphene news A single fiber actuator inspired by… Read More »A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles
A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

To effectively replicate the movements of humans and animals, robots should integrate muscle-like structures. These artificial muscles should attain an optimal performance across all relevant actuation parameters, including energy density, strain, stress, and mechanical strength. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Bio & Medicine Nanomaterials More Graphene news STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films… Read More »A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles
A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

To effectively replicate the movements of humans and animals, robots should integrate muscle-like structures. These artificial muscles should attain an optimal performance across all relevant actuation parameters, including energy density, strain, stress, and mechanical strength. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Bio & Medicine Nanomaterials More Graphene news A single fiber actuator inspired by… Read More »A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles
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A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

To effectively replicate the movements of humans and animals, robots should integrate muscle-like structures. These artificial muscles should attain an optimal performance across all relevant actuation parameters, including energy density, strain, stress, and mechanical strength. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Bio & Medicine Nanomaterials More Graphene news A single fiber actuator inspired by… Read More »A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles
A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

To effectively replicate the movements of humans and animals, robots should integrate muscle-like structures. These artificial muscles should attain an optimal performance across all relevant actuation parameters, including energy density, strain, stress, and mechanical strength. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Bio & Medicine Nanomaterials More Graphene news A single fiber actuator inspired by… Read More »A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles
A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

To effectively replicate the movements of humans and animals, robots should integrate muscle-like structures. These artificial muscles should attain an optimal performance across all relevant actuation parameters, including energy density, strain, stress, and mechanical strength. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Bio & Medicine Nanomaterials More Graphene news STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films… Read More »A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles
A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

To effectively replicate the movements of humans and animals, robots should integrate muscle-like structures. These artificial muscles should attain an optimal performance across all relevant actuation parameters, including energy density, strain, stress, and mechanical strength. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Bio & Medicine Nanomaterials More Graphene news STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films… Read More »A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles
A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles

To effectively replicate the movements of humans and animals, robots should integrate muscle-like structures. These artificial muscles should attain an optimal performance across all relevant actuation parameters, including energy density, strain, stress, and mechanical strength. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Bio & Medicine Nanomaterials More Graphene news STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films… Read More »A single fiber actuator inspired by human muscles