Graphene labels can be burned into food and clothing–and used as electronics or sensors


Scientists at Rice University have converted common materials, such as food, cloth, and paper, into graphene with a special laser. Graphene is conductive so electronics can be embedded into almost any substance, in any pattern. This means that you could have a graphene label on an apple that is a bar-code or a sensor that tells…




Graphene labels can be burned into food and clothing--and used as electronics or sensors
Graphene labels can be burned into food and clothing–and used as electronics or sensors


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