Engineers have developed a new method to produce Graphene, a material with exceptional properties such as high conductivity and strength, which could revolutionize various industries. The breakthrough addresses previous challenges in producing Graphene cleanly and at scale, by eliminating almost all oxygen during the growth process. This advancement, detailed in the paper 'Reproducible graphene synthesis by oxygen-free chemical vapor deposition' published in Nature, could pave the way for large-scale production of high-quality Graphene.

Graphene has properties the promise to revolutionise multiple industries, including electronics, energy, health, food and transportation. Find out more about the potential of Graphene in the 5 applications for graphene, the 'miracle material' article.