Frustrated by slow Wi-Fi speeds? Researchers at Georgia Tech are working on antennas that could transfer your files so fast that you might miss it if you blink. Their solution uses graphene, a miracle material that is starting to affect many industries.
Graphene is a material made up of just a single-atom layer of carbon, giving it many interesting properties. One such property is that it conducts electricity extremely well, meaning it can replace silicon or metals in electronics, conferring huge improvements to speed and efficiency. Read NBCNews Article