twoheadedboy writes: "With a silicon replacement needed, graphene looks like the most likely candidate. New research has suggested its capabilities are better than first thought, with the velocity of electrons in the material three times what was originally believed. So what is graphene and what will its benefits be in processors and in other technologies like touchscreen devices? We spoke to Daniel Elias, a University of Manchester researcher heavily involved in the graphene study, who is a tad excited about the material."
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