Superthin, superstrong graphene could be used in bionic limbs

08/27/2013 | International Business Times

Graphene, perhaps the thinnest, strongest material yet created, has drawn a flood of patents from such companies as Apple, IBM, Saab and Lockheed Martin. Although expensive to produce, graphene is made from ordinary graphite and is both versatile and highly conductive. It is being tested for living tissue applications in prostheses, as well as other commercial uses.

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