Guinness World Records names graphene aerogel as world's least dense 3-D printed structure

Published June 30, 2017

An article on PhysOrg reports a 3D printed graphene aerogel developed by Chi Zhou, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering, has been recognized by Guinness World Records as the world’s lightest 3D printed structure.

"We didn't plan on setting a record, but it's certainly a nice recognition of our work," Zhou said. "I think this helps show the enormous potential that graphene aerogel has in our daily lives."

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Articles also appeared on Graphene Info, 3D Printing Industry, 3Ders, 3DPrint and Manhattan Mercury.