Topic: Graphene

UT Austin Researchers Grow Large Graphene Crystals That Have Exceptional Electrical Properties

Nov. 14, 2013

When it comes to the growth of graphene an ultrathin, ultrastrong, all-carbon material it is survival of the fittest, according to researchers at The University of Texas at Austin.

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The wonder material

Dec. 15, 2011

In this video, Engineering Professor Rod Ruoff demonstrates the promising new material graphene. With its vast applications, graphene has the potential to transform technology and society.

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Researchers aim to build a better future

Nov. 4, 2011
Researchers aim to build a better future

In The Big Question series, faculty experts reveal what idea, technology or policy in their fields will make the world a better place.

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The big question in the evolution of materials

Oct. 5, 2011
The big question in the evolution of materials

Engineering Professor Rod Ruoff explains how new carbon materials will transform the design of buildings, cars, computers, medical devices and more.

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Engineering Professor Awarded $1 Million for Research Enabling Scale-Up of Promising Graphene

Jan. 18, 2011

A professor at the Cockrell School of Engineering has been awarded a $1 million grant to lead research on graphene, an atom-thick layer of carbon scientists and engineers believe could one day surpass silicon, steel and plastic and thus transform how everything from electronics, cars, airplanes and even buildings are produced.

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