Nokia Receives $1.35B for Developing World’s Strongest Material
Nokia has received $1.35B from the EU for the development of “graphene” which is the strongest material world has come across till date. “It had been on the development of graphene since 2006”, says Nokia. Further the company adds that even greater innovations are yet to be made. It has been observed to be about 300 times stronger than steel when a one atom thick material of both were considered, as per Toms’s Hradware notes. Possibly a graphene revolution is to take place as per a researcher. Everyone must be well aware of the industrial revolution that took place as cheap ways to manufacture iron was found out.