Vision Restoration in 2D
Can graphene and molybdenum disulphide really find another application in artificial retinas?
After years of speculation about the exact properties and possible uses of graphene, the material was finally properly isolated and characterized in 2004 – an achievement that was recognized in 2010 with a Nobel Prize in Physics for the two University of Manchester physicists, Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov. Since then, its applications have included solar cells, dental discs, inks and bioadhesives.
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