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Air Force Research Laboratory Materials and Manufacturing Directorate research scientist Steve Kim displays a 3D model of graphene, a type of carbon that can be used in developing nanoelectronic sensors for human-performance monitoring. Graphene has unique, natural electronic binding properties that are allowing Air Force scientists at AFRL/RX, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, to develop a low-cost, manufacturable bio-sensing platform that is capable of achieving ultrasensitive molecular detection. (Air Force photo by Michele Eaton)


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Air Force Research Laboratory Materials and Manufacturing Directorate research scientist Steve Kim displays a 3D model of graphene, a type of carbon that can be used in developing nanoelectronic sensors for human-performance monitoring. Graphene has unique, natural electronic binding properties that are allowing Air Force scientists at AFRL/RX, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, to develop a low-cost, manufacturable bio-sensing platform that is capable of achieving ultrasensitive molecular detection. (Air Force photo by Michele Eaton)

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