Scientists at the University of Manchester have discovered that electrons in graphene actually moves like slow pouring honey.
A team of international physicists have created a new type of artificial 'graphene.'
Researchers have developed a new graphene oxide "paper" that changes under a small amount of strain.
In a recent study, researchers were able to move small objects made from graphene 'paper' by using heat and light.
New graphene-based inks could be used for high-speed manufacturing of printed electronics. Researchers have come up with a low-cost, high-speed method for printing graphene inks.