New Bacteria-Resistant Paper with Many Potential Uses

A study published in the American Chemical Society's Nano journal details a paper-like material called graphene, currently used in electronics and computers.  Scientists tried to grow bacteria on the material and found that is it resistant while having little effect on human cells.  Graphene can be produced quickly and cheaply, with potential uses in food packaging or band-aids.  It could even be used in shoes, so they are not so smelly after you run.

ACS Nano

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