Graphene research could usher in era of "smart dust"

02/3/2014 | Gizmag

Research and development in graphene-based plasmonic nano-antennas could enable the creation of "smart dust" swarms that would use electromagnetic waves for wireless communications, Brian Dodson writes. The Georgia Institute of Technology is demonstrating such tiny antennas that use graphene.

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