people mention it as The Miracle material - even before inventors earned Nobel

Graphene is a two dimensional tiny sheet. A miracle material as BBC reported, once. It has enormous potentials to innovate; it is just limitation of your imagination when you are dealing with it. Researches on graphene are being boomed and the objective of this report is to evaluate this trend using non-conventional, yet innovative methods.

Among reporting on top 25 hottest articles in chemistry category in 2011, 5 research papers were dedicated to graphene. It is a 20% capture on whole share of most demanding chemistry publications.  Following trend graph from Google trends shows increasing search queries about graphene by their users. It shows a steady increasing trend,  except a rapid peak  which was occurred when inventors of graphene obtained Nobel.

Presently Graphene is searched more than 400,000 times per month in Google alone -

Source Google keywords and Google Trends

Following graphe was produced after analysis on webofknowledge  based on yearly publication (with Graphene in title tag)

Source: self analysis using webofknowledge

Trend on graphene is healthy and booming and I feel a bubble in near future. Scientists, need to be alert and if you are already involved in graphene researches, it is time to speed-up your novelties before it already explored by other teams. Investors, it is your time to benefited by this boom!

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