A new method turns just about any kind of carbon-based trash, from banana peels to coffee grounds, into "flash graphene" to make building materials greener.
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A new biosensor technology may help pave the way for using stem cells to treat neurological diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
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A new graphene filter grabs bacteria from the air and kills them with a bit of heat from electricity. The advance could help fight drug resistance.
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"With the graphene, the mosquitoes weren't even landing on the skin patch—they just didn't seem to care."
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In extreme cases, the heat that phones and laptops give off can cause batteries to explode, but a heat shield just 10 atoms thick may cool things down.
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Today, computer components use copper, but graphene could make chips faster, lighter, and more reliable. New research solves the issues that kept it back.
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"Accidental exploration" helped physicists discover a new kind of magnetism in graphene, one that had been predicted but not yet observed.
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