Jan. 22, Printed Electronics World: Scientists at the Chinese Academy of Sciences have come up with a screen-printing method using graphene ink that lays down multiple microsupercapacitators in various shapes and arrays. The discovery is noteworthy because of the difficulty of miniaturizing components such as capacitors and batteries, while microsupercapacitators have the ability to perform similar functions while being more shrinkable.

The researchers say this new method will aid the development of new approaches to printed and flexible electronic devices.

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