A research team in the U.K. found graphene boosted the absorption of electromagnetic energy by 90% over a wide bandwidth. "The transparent material could be added as a coating to car windows or buildings to stop radio waves from traveling through the structure," said Yang Hao, a professor at Queen Mary University of London. "This, in turn, could be used to improve secure wireless network environments, for example."

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