This is an artist's rendition of the high pressure thermal conductance experiment in a diamond anvil cell. The flat tips of the diamond anvils are less than half a millimeter in diameter, and the metal film (gray), ruby sphere (red), and pressure medium (blue fluid) are sealed between the diamonds by a metal gasket (solid purple). CREDIT: Alex D. Jerez Roman, Visualization Laboratory, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois.

This is an artist's rendition of the high pressure thermal conductance experiment in a diamond anvil cell. The flat tips of the diamond anvils are less than half a millimeter in diameter, and the metal film (gray), ruby sphere (red), and pressure medium (blue fluid) are sealed between the diamonds by a metal gasket (solid purple). CREDIT: Alex D. Jerez Roman, Visualization Laboratory, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois.

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Graphene technology opens up new horizons for treatment of disease | Innovative graphene technology to buffer the activity of synapses | the study showed how effective graphene oxide flakes are at interfering with excitatory synapses, an effect that could prove useful in new treatments for diseases like epilepsy. | SISSA and University of Trieste

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