NewsGraphene additive manufacturing for flexible and printable
electronics

2nd July 2021by admin0
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Research led by Kansas State University’s Suprem Das,
assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing systems
engineering, in collaboration with Christopher Sorensen, university
distinguished professor of physics, shows potential ways to
manufacture graphene-based nano-inks for additive manufacturing of
supercapacitors in the form of flexible and printable
electronics.

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