Issue Date: August 28, 2017
Electrical engineer wants to use 2-D materials to wrap buildings and make synthetic cells
In recent years, the family of two-dimensional materials has expanded from simple graphene to include almost 1,000 materials that exist—or are predicted to exist—in an atomically thin form. These 2-D materials are flexible and transparent, and their unusual properties make researchers eager to apply them in electronic devices. Electrical engineer Tomás Palacios of Massachusetts Institute of Technology believes ultrathin . . .
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