Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:25 UTC
For those unfamiliar with graphene (not to be mistaken for graphite), it is made from a layer of carbon one-atom thick and is the strongest material in the world, it's completely flexible, and it's more conductive than copper . The applications of this material are quick uploads at one terabit a second, insanely quick charging speeds, disposing of radioactive materials, water filters, touch screens, headphones, super capacitors, bionic devices, building materials, etc. What are your thoughts on the properties of this material?
Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:25 UTC
I have been following the news on the surveys with graphene and I must say that I am very excited about the possibilities, which are many. I think that in Asgardia graphene will be present in countless projects for the good of its inhabitants.
Sep 14, 01 / Sep 23, 17 02:06 UTC

I'm excited about the development as well. Graphene based technologies would be a wonderful asset to the Nation and the world.

Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:25 UTC
For me, because I'm about to go in robotic at school, I think about robots, prosthetic limbs and exoskeletons with this material in use. I know there is many possibilities, and this is just awesome. Hope to see more development in regard of this material.
Sep 14, 01 / Sep 23, 17 02:08 UTC

There are currently many places around the world working on different aspects and uses of graphene. It would be great for something like that. Your new limbs would be almost indestructible and heat resistant.

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Jun 24, 01 / Jun 13, 17 09:25 UTC
Certainly graphene is the material on which it is based not only our future technologies, but technologies in general, practical examples that could be the first real working quantum computer, but can also multimillion other more obvious and simple applications, you know " Video surveillance 360 ​​° "for me when ...
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Sep 14, 01 / Sep 23, 17 02:11 UTC

Having a graphene based structure of any Asgardia related structure would be highly positive and useful. Space travel would be much safer with strong walls and frames.