Last year, physicists reported that, when chilled to 1.7°C above absolute zero (–273°C), sheets of carbon atoms two layers thick can conduct electricity without resistance, allowing electrons to whiz through the material without losing any energy. The double sheets of carbons, known as bilayer graphene, have captivated researchers because their
There’s no way around it: Human beings have become completely dependent on electric devices. However, generating the energy necessary to keep contemporary life on Earth afloat is posing an ever-greater challenge to the safety and prosperity of the people of the world. Despite the difficulties that the era of electronic
Holger Thorsten Schubart was born April 10, 1965, in Heidenheim, Germany. He is a mathematician, entrepreneur, sophisticate and philanthropist. Schubart has children, but is currently divorced and lives in both Germany and Switzerland. As a mathematician with dedicated commercial training, Holger Thorsten Schubart launched his first business venture in 1990.