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Graphene layers (atom-thick sheets of carbon, in near future) can provide a visual indication of “mechanical stress”, potential structural failure

This email is not about your “garden-variety gene-environment interactions,” but rather it presents a detector system to search for early signs of architectural stress. From this standpoint, I find this exciting, intriguing. And perhaps, through further development, these graphene nanoplatelets … Continue reading

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