See the world's first graphene dress

Two scientists first isolated graphene in 2004 and went on to win a Nobel prize for bringing to the world’s attention a “wonder material” that conducts electricity better than anything else and has the potential to revolutionize fields from computing to travel, recounts the Guardian.

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Neutrinos, ghosts of the universe

October is a sweet month for the scientific community. That’s when the annual Nobel Prize in physics is announced. Tuesday’s award — in a pleasant surprise for particle physicists — went to Takaaki Kajita of the University of Tokyo and Arthur B. McDonald of Queen’s University in Canada for their groundbreaking research on neutrino oscillations.


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