Graphene may have advantages over copper for IC interconnects at the nanoscale

Murali and collaborators Kevin Brenner, Yinxiao Yang, Thomas Beck and James Meindl studied the electrical properties of graphene layers that had been taken from a block of pure graphite. They believe the attractive properties will ultimately also be measured in graphene fabricated.

Jun 04, 2009- Source:http://phys.org/news163344686.html

Graphene Could Help Electronics be Self-Cooling, Save Energy

Graphene is a substance that scientists have been highly interested in as an alternative material for faster-charging batteries. We’ve been hearing for several years about its potential to replace silicone in computer chips, but for the first time, we’re hearing that graphene might also be self-cooling, a feature that might be a huge boon […]

Graphene Solar Investing in Creating Cheaper Solar Cells

Graphene is considered wonder material for the 21st century. It is extracted from graphite and comes in the form of a tightly-bound hexagon. It is 200 times stronger than steel and more conductive than copper.As research progresses, scientists and researchers have found other uses for this material, and now the capabilities of graphene extend […]