UA Physics Professor Working on Potential New Green Energy Source

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) – A possible new source of green energy is being created right here in Northwest Arkansas thanks to years of research by University of Arkansas physics professor Paul Thibado. 

Thibado discovered free standing graphene can potentially be a new power source that generates more power than solar and wind power. 

Thibado said the University of Arkansas holds the patent on this new technology.

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