Aerographene or graphene aerogel is, as of April 2020, the least dense solid known, at 160 g/m3 (0.0100 lb/cu ft; 0.16 mg/cm3; 4.3 oz/cu yd), less than helium. It is approximately 7.5 times less dense than air. Note that the cited density does not include the weight of the air incorporated in the structure: it does not float in air. It was developed at Zhejiang University. The material reportedly can be produced at the scale of cubic meters.