Israeli researchers find way to make cheaper touch screens

June 7, 2010 15:15

The journal Nanotechnology has published a paper by Technion and Rice University scientists, who have developed a new means to produce large amounts of carbon layers just one atom thick.

The carbon layers can be used to produce thin and transparent films that conduct electricity and can be used to make cheaper touch screens.

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