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NanoCenter Associate Director Michael Fuhrer has been recognized for his research in graphene, a possible replacement for silicon and other conventional semiconductors. Graphene is seen as a promising new material for conducting electricity. While copper is the material currently known as offering the least resistivity at room temperature, graphene's resistence is about 35 percent lower than copper.

Read more about Dr. Fuhrer's cutting-edge research here.

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