A world of Star Wars-esque gadgets, flexible screens, clean water for all and batteries that charge in seconds? That's a world with graphene, baby. Gizmodo Australia's editor Luke Hopewell was on Channel 10's The Project last night talking about the miracle atoms and what they could do for our future if we harnessed them. Skip ahead to about 32:00 in the stream to go right to it. [The Project]
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