Rice University lab shows troop how any carbon source can become valuable graphene.
Scientists can make graphene out of just about anything with carbon — even Girl Scout cookies.
Graduate students in the Rice University lab of chemist James Tour
proved it when they invited a troop of Houston
Girl Scouts to their lab to show them how it’s done.
*** WOW! Team GNT KNEW we should have bought more Girl Scout Cookies in this year’s annual ‘cookie drive’! – Cheers!