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Patenting flatland: Graphene - Exploitation Challenges

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As the first 2D material discovered, graphene possesses unique physical, electrical and thermal properties, allowing a very broad range of applications to be developed across multiple technology ...

As the first 2D material discovered, graphene possesses unique physical, electrical and thermal properties, allowing a very broad range of applications to be developed across multiple technology sectors, from materials to semi-conductors to biotech. “Our research also indicates that disruptive graphene technologies are likely to be rolled out by large corporations in the near future. While the graphene-based semiconductor chip is still a long way off, there are strong signs that smartphone players, notably Samsung and Nokia, could be incorporating other graphene-based technology into their products relatively soon” said Quentin Tannock (Chairman, CambridgeIP).

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