Edible Graphene Shines Light on Food Contamination
Laser-induced graphene (LIG) has been enhanced to produce a new class of edible electronic items. It is not ink as any material such as bread containing carbon can be turned into graphene that can be imprinted on an item. Laser-induced graphene can be burned into paper, cardboard, cloth, coal and certain foods, even toast.
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