Large enough for commercial electronics
A recent University of Cambridge spin-out company, Paragraf, has started producing graphene at up to eight inches in diameter, large enough for commercial electronic devices.
Electrified graphene is 97 percent accurate
IBM has come up with a way to go beyond 7nm processing using electrified graphene.
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Earlier this year at CES, we met with the folks at Montreal-based startup ORA who are hard at work on developing the world's first graphene based headphones.
Cut and Paste copycat chips
Boffins at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a method which uses graphene to help photocopy semiconductor wafers.
MIT Boffins have eureka moment
Massachusetts Institute of Technology boffins have emerged from their baths with a technique which could make chips millions of times faster.
Stanford University finding
Boffins at Stanford University have found that the wires in a chip perform 30 percent better when they are wrapped in graphene.
Between 100 and 300mm
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55 billion cycles which is more than Bejing