Better listening through science: UC Berkeley researchers make headphones with carbon allotrope

By Lincoln Eddy
March 15, 2013

Scientists from UC Berkeley have used graphene (a nanoscale, one-molecule-thick carbon allotrope) to create headphones that “match… or surpass…” commercially available models. The coolest part? They didn’t have to modify the graphene in any way. Read the rundown here or, for the scientifically minded, download the whole paper.

By Lincoln Eddy March 15, 2013

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