Graphene, the wonder lattice composed of carbon atoms, has proven its worth as one of the most essential nanomaterials of the 21st century, due to its superconductor capabilities and its potential to help meet the soaring bandwidth demands.

For this reason--and motivated by growing interest from various industry stakeholders--scientists have been hard at work on streamlining the processes involved in every stage of its use.

Now, researchers from the University of Manchester have developed a way to produce electronics printed with the 2D material not only in a faster way, but in a cheaper manner as well.

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