‘Game changing’ graphene concrete is twice as strong and better for the planet


Add concrete to the list of things graphene can improve. Scientists at the University of Exeter’s Center for Graphene Science developed a new technique to incorporate graphene in concrete production with the help of nanoengineering technology — and the resulting material was not only over twice as strong as concretes we have today, but “drastically reduced the carbon footprint of conventional concrete production methods.”

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