Nicole Abene

Carbon-Based “GraphExeter" Could Revolutionize Wearable Technology

by , 05/05/12

University of Exeter, wearable technology, graphene, GraphExeter, smart textiles, flexible electronics, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style

The electronics industry is constantly making advancements to make their products better, but the invention of GraphExeter by the University of Exeter has everyone looking forward to big changes in the field.  Researchers are calling the carbon-based material the world’s lightest and most flexible electrical conductor, which could revolutionize the field of wearable technology and even increase the efficiency of solar panels.  Click ahead to learn more about the material and what futuristic advancements we can look forward to.

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