For the past few years, scientists have been working on potential applications for the ‘wonder material’ graphene in the field of neuroscience. Now, a team led by researchers from Rutgers University have created a graphene-gold biosensor that analyzes stem cells which may carve a new path for the medical sciences in the combatting of neurological disorders including Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease. Read more here.
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