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Graphene Advancement Heating Up, Profiled in CNN Story

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One of the world’s most watched news networks, CNN, featured a story about graphene on Friday.

At, we believe that graphene will transform our world, and we are dedicated to bringing the latest graphene-related news to our followers.

Over the weekend, one of the most watched news networks in the world, CNN, published a story on graphene advances which signals, in our opinion, that after years of hard work, research and development, graphene has finally crossed into the mainstream dialogue.
CNN’s story, “Are we one step closer to being able to use the world’s strongest material?” was inspired by the MIT discovery announced last week in which researchers created the new material by compressing and fusing flakes of graphene (see original MIT story on Graphene Entrepreneur HERE — the new, MIT-produced material has a sponge-like configuration with a density of only 5% and is likely to have strength 10 times that of steel.)
As CNN’s story states, (CNN) It has been 15 years since the discovery of graphene, an ultra-thin sheet of carbon that is thought to be the strongest material on the planet.

Although graphene is much stronger than steel, turning it into a useful material for architecture has so far proved tricky. Translating two-dimensional graphene into a three-dimensional structure — the building blocks of a material — has been difficult. Graphene ‘wants’ to stay two-dimensional. That may be set to change thanks to a team of researchers at MIT.” (Read full CNN Story HERE.)

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