makes us wonder Researchers and engineers have been looking at many potential applications for wonder material graphene in electronics. IBM has already been working on graphene-based integrated circuits, while Nokia has been looking towards flexible touchscreens for what is likely to be the first commercial application of the material. Now a team at the University of California, Los Angeles, believes that graphene could help produce a new generation of flash memory products. Working with Samsung, the team has been trying to incorporate the Nobel prize winning material into its memory storage devices. If plans come to fruition it could mean storing significantly more information on flash memory devices.