The capacity of graphene’s market

Since graphene was first isolated in 2004, the initial research buzz around it focussed unsurprisingly on its remarkable physical properties, such as Klein tunnelling, observed in these atomic layers. Then, research in material and device aspects started to claim its role on centre-stage, in the quest to explore graphene’s potential applications in commercial products. A plethora of graphene materials have since been developed for applications in areas as diverse as biomedical sensors and energy storage.  Read more