Wonder-material graphene could be dangerous to environment, humans
The nanomaterial graphene may have a plethora of near-magical properties, but as it turns out, it could also be bad for the environment — and bad for you, too. It's only been 10 years since graphene was first isolated in the laboratory, and as researchers and industries scramble to bring graphene out of the lab and into a vast range of commercial applications, far less money is being spent examining its potential negative effects.
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