Scientists in England uncover an amazing nano-material called graphene.
They win the Nobel Prize For Physics for their discovery.
Qin Zhou and Alex Zettl at the University of California, Berkeley realize that graphene would make a great electrostatic speaker diaphragm material and they publish a widely recognized paper about their invention.
The Dawn of the Revolution
GraphAudio obtains the exclusive rights to commercialize the Zhou/Zettl patents from the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.
The first GraphAudio developed transducers play music.