The following sources were cited in SAP Digital Futures Issue 14 Super Materials: Building the Impossible

Graphene is only one atom thick yet up to 300 times stronger than steel.
Jesus de la Fuente, description of graphene, Graphenea, accessed June 15, 2016,

A graphene-based battery may offer electric cars a driving range of 500 miles.
Luke Edwards, “Future Batteries, Coming Soon: Charge in Seconds, Last Months and Power over the Air,” Pocket-lint LTD, March 24, 2016,

Researchers have developed cotton-blend nanomaterials that kill bacteria and conduct electricity.
Dexter Johnson, “The Capabilities of Nanomaterials in Textiles Continue to Expand,” IEEE Spectrum blog, July 10, 2015,

Super materials could make solar cells up to 1,000 times more efficient.
Graphene Solar Panels: Introduction and Market Status,” Graphene-Info, accessed June 15, 2016,

Scientists have created a metamaterial that makes whatever it covers invisible
Eric Mack, “‘Ultra-Thin Invisibility Skin Cloak’ Could One Day Be Worn Like a Garment,” CNET, September 17, 2015,