Graphene © nobeastsofierce, Shutterstock 2012
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The £25 million project could bring the wonderful material to the mass market

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Chemistry, graphene © Oleksiy Mark Shutterstock 2012
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While British researchers first identified graphene, its exploitation is shifting to the US and Asia, according to new patent figures

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Scanners, sensors and a football-playing chair – just another day at Microsoft Research Cambridge

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IT skills gap seems to be getting narrower

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Electron spins could last long enough to store data, IBM finds

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Government discusses space weather and EMP weapons of the future

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A team from MIT wants anyone to be able to go to a shop, get a design and print their own cybernetic machines

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New microscopic wires could help microchips to keep shrinking and have applications in quantum computing

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Large study fails to find a link between tumour development and mobile phone use

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HP scientists said they have uncovered the chemistry of what happens inside a memristor while it is being deployed

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