UMN researchers create world's first graphene tweezers

University of Minnesota researchers have developed graphene-edged tweezers capable of trapping nanometer-sized particles as well as DNA molecules. The tweezers — which are low-voltage and can trap particles faster than existing tweezers — are the first of their kind. Researchers hope to add a …

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