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Growth of High Quality Graphene by UCSB Researchers a Critical Discovery for Producing Next Generation Electronics


October 17, 2011

bilayer graphene Researchers at University of California, Santa Barbara, funded by the National Science Foundation, have discovered a method to synthesize high quality graphene in a controlled manner that may pave the way for next-generation electronics application.  Their refined method to synthesize sheets of "wonder material" graphene is a promising link to futuristic technology. Full Story

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