Could graphene offer limitless energy for electronic devices?

NGA2D reporter Liam Critchley speaks with Paul Thibado from the University of Arkansas to discuss his latest research on a graphene-enhanced circuit that has the potential to continuously produce energy, without the need for an external power source, using just the thermal motion of a graphene sheet.

In this interview, Paul discusses how these circuits work and why graphene plays a key role, as well as discussing his plans to commercialise the technology within the next year for use in real-world electronic devices.