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Ultra-strong, lightweight material developed

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badeskov

Very promising! Graphene seems to be of many uses. :tu:

Cheers,
Badeskov

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herbygant

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Parsec
3 hours ago, badeskov said:

Very promising! Graphene seems to be of many uses. :tu:

Cheers,
Badeskov

Indeed.

It's a shame that after all these years of discoveries and fabulous applications, for its commercial use I'm still stuck with only my pencil.

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badeskov
8 minutes ago, Parsec said:

Indeed.

It's a shame that after all these years of discoveries and fabulous applications, for its commercial use I'm still stuck with only my pencil.

True :lol:

Cheers,
Badeskov

 

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brlesq1

Imagine what we could build out of that.

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freetoroam

Maybe they can make carrier bags out of it, those  bags for life are not lasting as long as I expected, I was hoping they would out live me, and so far, none have.

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seanjo

Taking British innovation and developing it some more....excellent...

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NightScreams

How light exactly? They didn't say.

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