Why Graphene Supermaterial isn’t Everywhere

Graphene has been the focus of supermaterial research for the better part of the last 2 decades. It’s incredibly strong while also being incredibly tiny. It could create revolutionary bulletproof armor, a space elevator, radically change medicine, or make our internet speeds faster. It theoretically can do a lot of world-altering things and the industry has been singing these praises for some time now.

All that raises the question, with so much potential, why isn’t graphene more closely woven into our everyday lives now? Verge Science takes a look in the fantastically produced video below.

Trevor is a civil engineer (B.S.) by trade and an accomplished writer with a passion for inspiring everyone with new and exciting technologies. He is also a published children’s book author and the producer for the YouTube channel Concerning Reality.


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