The UK Just Launched the World's First Graphene-Infused Road Upgrade

Graphene, which is known as the strongest material in the world, will be used in resurfacing works of the UK's A1 motorway, which stretches all the way from London to Edinburgh, a report by the BBC explains.

The one-atom-thick material, graphene, will be used for resurfacing works in Northumberland specifically, in the northeast of England. The works will take place on the northbound carriageway between Newton on the Moor and West Cawledge, south of Alnwick, from Sept. 19 to Nov. 1 this year.