UK To Fly Graphene-Skinned Unmanned Aircraft
An unmanned aircraft with graphene-enhanced carbon-fiber skin has been unveiled by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) in the UK, with flight tests expected shortly. The Juno graphene research aircraft is a follow-on to the UCLan’s Prospero UAV, which first flew in 2015 with a graphene wing...
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