As featured in the LIA TODAY By Liliana Caldero Graphene – it’s the two-dimensional (2D) allotrope of carbon atoms that ignited the imaginations of researchers across the globe. Heralded as a ‘miracle material’, its potential seemed limitless and it was predicted to usher in the next generation of technology. Flexible, stronger than steel, transparent, lightweight, […]
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Single Walled Nano Tube
A laser assisted CVD process for growing multiple self aligned single wall nanotube bridges can lead to nano devices such as biosensors, light emitters, photon sensors, molecular motors and memory cells.