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We don't doubt that Google X is home to some pretty radical ideas now and then, but even this seems a bit too far out for Mountain View. You see, apparently the lab wanted to build a fully-fledged space elevator, and actually started work on it.Unfortunately science didn't agree and the whole thing fell apart due to a lack of necessary materials (in this case, usable carbon nanotubes).Probably just as well ...
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A new Oxford spin-out firm is targeting the difficult challenge of manufacturing fullerenes, known as 'bucky-balls' because of their spherical shape, a type of carbon nanomaterial which, like graphene and carbon nanotubes, has unique physical properties leading to applications ...
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