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Another way of viewing this is as a conductive material that allows charges to travel across it in the form of protons, rather than electrons.
So the Federal Aviation Administration is funding research to make this costly conductive concrete more affordable.
The jacket incorporates Google's Jacquard technology, which includes electrically-conductive yarn that allows certain parts of clothing to function like mini-touchscreens.
The two-year-old start-up has licensed technology developed at UC San Diego to mass produce graphene — a strong, conductive material that is one-atom thick.
Surface plasmons are clouds of electrons that oscillate over a conductive surface.
Wang and his team cut sandpaper into rectangles with lasers and covered them in thin layers of gold and other conductive materials.
O’Connor made the sensors by painting the thin layer of conductive carbon onto a stretchy plastic.
Makey Makey - Participants created a banana piano, played video games with Play-Doh and used other participants to play the bongos with Makey Makey, which can turn any conductive material into a keyboard.
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