Graphene could be the answer to poor battery life of smartwatches

Samsung and Penn State University are working on a new kind of battery that can charge itself with the movement of your body. The new kind of battery comprises of Graphene based electrodes that can generate electricity directly from external forces. The importance of battery life cannot be stated enough. With a ton (metaphorically) of …

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Samsung – Making high quality graphene from nanostructures

This new breakthrough fabrication process uses nanostructure coating. It forms intrinsic bonds between Graphene and Nanostructures and produces high-quality, low cost graphene that could make it go mainstream. A thin layer – so thin that you can’t feel it if you place in on your fingers – of pure carbon that is 200 times stronger …

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