Mimicking Nature to Grow Graphene for Electronic Devices

January 8, 2014
Graphene, a form of two-dimensional carbon, has many desirable properties that make it a promising material in many applications. However, its production especially for high-end electronics such as touch screens faces many challenges. This may soon change with a fresh approach developed by NUS researchers that mimics nature.
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