by Strategy&, part of the PwC network

How graphene could change billions of lives

Graphene is a two-dimensional form of carbon one molecule thick that was discovered in 2004. It’s incredibly thin, light and strong and has numerous potential applications. But creating reliable sources of clean water might be one of its most important uses. If superfine graphene mesh filters can be scaled up it could transform billions of lives.

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