Electrically Conducting Fibers

September 15, 2015

Carbon nanotubes are wrapped around these rubber cores located in the lab of Dr. Ray Baughman, director of the MacDiarmid NanoTech Institute to create stretchy electrically-conducting fibers.

Read the full article on the UT Dallas News Center.

Photo by Roxanne Minnish


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