MIT creates 3-D printed graphene that's lighter than air, 10X stronger than steel
MIT researchers have been able to use graphene to print 3-D objects with a geometry that has 10 times the strength of steel but only a fraction of the weight. The discovery using the strongest material there is has the potential to enable lightweight products for airplanes, cars, buildings and even filtration devices because of the printed objects' porous designs.
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