UK graphene research gets multi-million pound boost

By Laura Syrett
Published: Thursday, 03 January 2013

Government makes financially-backed pledge to keep science in Britain

The UK government has outlined plans to advance development of the graphene – the single layer of carbon atoms derived from the industrial mineral graphite and touted as a “wonder material” for its extreme strength, flexibility and conductivity – with a £21.5m ($35m) investment fund announced at the end of...

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