With applications ranging from electronics to ships, the discovery that a graphene coating protects against corrosion gives the wonder material another string to its bow.
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The Australian-led breakthrough, using a single phosphorus atom embedded in a silicon chip, is a big step forward toward creating a quantum computer.
Work by scientists in the US on linking graphene to metal connectors paves the way for realistic electronic designs.
Norwegian scientists move to commercialise breakthrough that uses a molecular beam device to create gallium arsenide nanowires on a graphene substrate.
International researchers say their work paves the way for global quantum communications. Next up: the quantum internet?
Science meets almost-technology in Nokia's patent application for graphene tech with the potential for much smaller and lighter sensors than those used in most digital cameras.
The prospect of faster computers may have taken a step closer as US researchers create a patchwork graphene-boron-nitride hybrid to address graphene's band-gap shortcomings.
California researchers report a breakthrough with the creation of a solid-state quantum processor that could ultimately have a bearing on future cryptographic techniques.
MIT scientists create electronic components on material that answers graphene's main shortcoming.
The ALICE team is using the charmed quark as a probe to investigate the quark-gluon plasma that existed in the earliest days of the universe.