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Edible graphene could embed RFID tags in food

Graphene is extremely thin and strong, a great conductor of heat and electricity, is antibacterial and can even hunt down cancer – and now you can have your wonder material and eat it, too. The lab of James Tour at Rice University has demonstrated a way to etch Graphene onto food like bread and potatoes, as well as materials like cardboard and cloth, where it could then act as an RFID tag.

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Category: Materials

  • Food
  • Graphene
  • Laser
  • Materials
  • Polymer
  • RFID
  • Rice University
  • Wearable
  • Wood
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