Researchers at IBM have demonstrated the most advanced integrated circuit, made from water scale graphene.
Graphene is often referred to as a 'wonder material' that could revolutionise electronics.
The material is at the core of global research efforts, aimed at using the electrical, optical, mechanical and thermal properties of graphene that make it a potentially cheaper and a more energy efficient choice than silicon in electronics.
Supratik Guha, director of physical sciences at IBM Research said: "This is the first time that someone has shown graphene devices and circuits to perform modern wireless communication functions comparable to silicon technology."
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