So-called 'wonder material' graphene may be many things, but a replacement for silicon? Not so much, says the head of the graphene flagship that won €1bn in funding last month.
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Researchers will be looking at how the one-atom thick graphene can be harnessed for ICT, sensors and transport.
The UK may have had a head start on graphene research, but it lags other countries in terms of the number of patents held. Can new funding help it tap the benefits of the so-called 'wonder material'?
The money will be invested in projects to improve high-performance computing, data storage and wide-bandwidth networks, and to support businesses that are heavy users of such technology
Graphene hints at a world of electronics beyond silicon, unshackled from Moore's Law. What can we expect from this wonder material over the next 10 years?
The finalists in the FET Flagship scheme represent emerging technologies ranging from a Living Earth Platform to friendly robots, and the final two will get up to a billion euros each for a 10-year research run
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