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IBM Conquers Wafer-Scale Graphene

9/30/2014 10:25 AM EDT
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pbrivers3
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Can, or is, Graphene used as filament for 3 D printers?
pbrivers3   10/30/2014 2:04:09 AM
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We're researching with possible uses of Graphene, ie, semi-conductors, Super Capacitors, and if Graphene is being used for, filament in 3-D printing.

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Re: Ingenious
R_Colin_Johnson   10/26/2014 1:55:44 PM
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Yes these researchers also claim to have a few other tricks up their sleeve for "outside the box" uses of graphene that they'll reveal later.

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Ingenious
DrQuine   10/25/2014 7:34:43 PM
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A brilliant example of thinking outsuide the box. Rather than concentrating on how to use graphene as the circuit material (which requires a lot of development), take advantage of its potential as a reusable working substrate and eliminate the existing expensive material. Well done.

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Re: IBM as hardware innovation hub
R_Colin_Johnson   9/30/2014 12:02:03 PM
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IBM is maintaining its hardware research and graphene is one of the most promising materials for a potential post-silicon era--after all even cognitive computers have to run on the most advanced process technologies.

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IBM as hardware innovation hub
wilber_xbox   9/30/2014 11:29:35 AM
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I wonder how such innovation will fit into the IBM's strategy of Software, Analytics and Cloud. Congrats to the researcher though!

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