alphadogg sends in an article entitled NetworkWorld about promising new research with graphene. Extract from the article: Two Nobel scientists outside the United Kingdom have developed a new way of using graphene – the thinnest material in the world – that could make the pipes of the Internet feel much larger Manchester University professors Andre Geim and Kostya. Novoselov … writing in the journal Nature Communications a method of combining carbon-based materials with metallic nanostructures for use as photodetectors that could significantly increase the amount of light optical communications devices could handle. This advance in harvesting and conversion of light into electrical energy graphene could lead to rates of communication tens or even hundreds of times faster than today, the researchers say.
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