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IBM shows that graphene transistors could one day replace silicon.
The atom-thick carbon material could have optoelectronic applications.
A startup’s conductive graphene inks can be used to print RFID antennas
A new way to change the electronic properties of graphene could lead to ultrafast circuits.
Slicing open carbon nanotubes could lead to much faster electronic components.
Graphene could make computer hard drives denser and speedier.
Ultracapacitors that store more could help the grid run smoothly.
A simple chemical trick changes graphene into a compound with different electronic properties.
High-quality, clear graphene films are a leap toward bendable OLED displays.