Graphene Cloak Protects Bacteria, Leading To Better Images, Kansas State University Reveals

Published: Mar 16, 2011

Medical News Today -- It's a cloak that surpasses all others: a microscopic carbon cloak made of graphene that could change the way bacteria and other cells are imaged. Vikas Berry, assistant professor of chemical engineering at Kansas State University, and his research team are wrapping bacteria with graphene to address current challenges with imaging bacteria under electron microscopes.

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