Inscribing porous, carbonized patterns into a polymer creates electrochemical sensors

Using a laser to burn patterns into a polymer sheet, KAUST researchers have created graphene electrodes that act as effective biosensors. Graphene is a sheet...

“Rebar graphene” foam reinforced with carbon nanotubes supports 3000 times its own weight

Graphene spends most of its time in a two-dimensional form, but that makes it hard to make use of its long list of advantages,...