Graphene science could penetrate condom market

By Laura Syrett
Published: Thursday, 21 November 2013

“Would take an elephant balanced on a pencil” to rupture super-strong nano-carbon

Miracle material graphene has added a new application to its already considerable list of possible uses as UK scientists embark on developing the nano-carbon for making thinner and stronger condoms. A research team from The University of Manchester has received a Grand Challenges Explorations grant of £62,000 ($100,000*) from the...

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