Forty times stronger than steel and conducting electricity ten times better than silicon, graphene is the wonder material that could one day replace silicon in microchips. Now the University is opening a new Graphene Centre Laboratory that will study its amazing properties and develop its potential applications.
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- Penn scientists demonstrate potential of graphene films as next-generation transistorsThu, 31 Jul 2008, 9:28:59 EDT
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- New transistors: An alternative to silicon and better than grapheneSun, 30 Jan 2011, 13:31:26 EST
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