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World-famous manufacturers of production and sports cars have been already using graphene nanomaterial in their motor vehicles. Our previous videos covered the topic of graphene experimental use in the building and construction industry. Today, it
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Let's get this out of the way first: the product's name is dumb. I've heard enough people stumble over the name, get it wrong, or not remember it at all to know that, from a marketing perspective, the name sucks.
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Water is usually something you'd want to keep away from electronic circuits, but engineers in Germany have now developed a new concept for water-based switches that are much faster than current semiconductor materials.