Graphene

Graphene nanopores may ultimately provide scientists with efficient mechanical filters suitable for such processes as removing salt from ocean water and identifying defective DNA in genetic material.
by NIST
10:53am
12.12.2017
The tiny structures could be next-generation solution for smaller electronic devices.
by Katherine Kornei, UCLA
10:48am
12.8.2017
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Surrounding region seeks to become “Graphene Valley.”
by University of Adelaide
10:12am
12.8.2017
Combining the characteristics of aqueous and organic electrolytes into a hybrid version increases VGN performance in supercapacitors, while KOH activation improves nanostructure and charge storage capacity.
by AIP News Staff
10:58am
12.6.2017
The “wonder material” is at the forefront of a sports footwear revolution.
by University of Manchester
9:55am
12.6.2017
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These findings push at the frontier of graphene spintronics technologies.
by ICN2
10:45am
12.5.2017
The discovery could lead to revolutionary handheld disease diagnostic system.
by University of Minnesota
11:57am
12.4.2017
The results could have far-reaching implications for many applications based on hBN-encapsulated graphene, sometimes referred to as the next generation graphene platform, owing to its superior electrical properties.
by Institute of Photonic Sciences
11:29am
11.30.2017
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Transistors based on carbon nanostructures: what sounds like a futuristic dream could be reality in just a few years' time.
by Karin Weinmann, Empa
11:29am
11.29.2017
Samsung has revealed that it has developed a “graphene ball” technology made of graphene-silica that could potentially charge smart phones up to five times faster than current methods.
12:02pm
11.28.2017
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Scientists are eyeing graphene as a way to make electronic devices faster and significantly more powerful, versatile, and energy efficient. It also has the potential to be used in medicine as part of a drug delivery system that is much safer for...
by Valdosta State University
10:15am
11.21.2017
Research on graphene provides strong evidence that the motion of two-dimensional materials could be used as a source of clean, limitless energy.
by University of Arkansas
9:22am
11.20.2017
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Researchers report numerical simulations for spin relaxation in graphene/TMDC heterostructures. Their calculations indicate a spin lifetime anisotropy that is orders of magnitude larger than anything observed in graphene until now.
by ICN2
11:22am
11.17.2017
Previously graphene-oxide membranes were shown to be completely impermeable to all solvents except for water. However, a study now shows that the molecules that pass through these membranes can be tailored by simply making them ultrathin.
by University of Manchester
12:01pm
11.14.2017
After a long summer of hard work in the laboratories, European researchers are ready for two experiments, testing graphene technologies for space-related applications in collaboration with the European Space Agency.
by Sophia Lloyd, Graphene Flagship
11:46am
11.13.2017
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Researchers have successfully incorporated washable, stretchable, and breathable electronic circuits into fabric, opening up new possibilities for smart textiles and wearable electronics.
by University of Cambridge
9:40am
11.9.2017
Scientists have fabricated highly miniaturized pressure sensors using graphene membranes which can detect minute changes in pressure with high sensitivity, over a wide range of operating pressures.
by University of Manchester
8:09am
11.8.2017
An international team of scientists has discovered a new route to ultra-low-power transistors using a graphene-based composite material.
by University of York
7:53am
11.8.2017
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Pillared graphene would transfer heat better if the theoretical material had a few asymmetric junctions that caused wrinkles.
by Rice University
9:39am
11.3.2017
The flexible detector is the first of its kind, and can extend the use of terahertz technology to applications that will require flexible electronics, such as wireless sensor networks and wearable technology.
by Michael Nystås, Chalmers University of Technology
10:12am
10.31.2017
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2-dimensional materials have been successfully assembled into devices with the smallest possible man made holes for water desalination.
by University of Manchester
9:19am
10.30.2017
Spider silk has many fascinating mechanical properties which have attracted researchers’ attention. Now a team has matched one of nature’s wonders with graphene, currently the world's strongest material, thereby opening the door to a new class of...
by CORDIS
11:25am
10.26.2017
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The discovery could lead to novel electronic devices.
by Todd B. Bates, Rutgers University
10:29am
10.23.2017
Set to open its doors next year, the new £60 million center will accelerate the commercial pace of graphene and two-dimensional materials in the U.K.
by The University of Manchester
12:26pm
10.20.2017
Pinning DNA-sized ribbons of carbon to a gas sensor can boost its sensitivity far better than any other known carbon material.
by Scott Schrage, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
12:18pm
10.20.2017
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An international team fabricated graphene into a pyramid about 60 nanometers tall, which is about 200 times larger than the thickness of a graphene sheet.
11:28am
9.27.2017
A nanomaterials scientist with stomach pains accidentally discovered that honey is an effective, non-toxic substitute for the manipulation of the current and voltage characteristics of graphene.
by Katherine Connor, Space And Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific Public Affairs
9:31am
9.22.2017
Scientists visualize unstained chains of atoms, called polymers, moving inside tiny graphene pockets under electron microscopes.
by Institute for Basic Science
11:47am
9.20.2017
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This research also sheds light on the Hofstadter butterfly phenomenon.
by Sian Fogden, Graphene Flagship
10:19am
9.20.2017
Scarce metals are found in a wide range of everyday objects around us. They are complicated to extract, difficult to recycle, and so rare that several of them have become “conflict minerals” which can promote conflicts and oppression.
by Chalmers University of Technology
11:54am
9.19.2017
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Simulations and analysis provide new atomic-scale clues to material's enhanced hydrogen storage properties.
by Glenn Roberts Jr., Berkeley Lab
9:51am
9.14.2017
A new study reports a terahertz saturable absorber with an order of magnitude higher absorption modulation than other devices produced to date.
by Sian Fogden, Graphene Flagship
12:02pm
9.12.2017
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A group of researchers have discovered a stretchy miracle material that could be used to create highly resistant smart devices and scratch-proof paint for cars.
by Queen's University Belfast
10:06am
9.8.2017
An international team of researchers has developed a graphene-based coating for desalination membranes that is more robust and scalable than current nanofiltration membrane technologies.
by Pennsylvania State University
10:41am
9.5.2017
Materials that are atomically thin can be thought as membranes.
by University of Arkansas
10:45am
9.1.2017
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Graphene may revolutionize electronics. But first, researchers need to get its electrons under control.
by U.S. Department of Energy
1:19pm
8.31.2017
Salvador Barazza-Lopez, associate professor of physics at the University of Arkansas, is part of a team that published a review article on the properties of strained graphene and other strained two-dimensional atomic materials in the Reports of...
by University of Arkansas
1:12pm
8.30.2017
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory were able to successfully manipulate the electronic structure of graphene, which may enable the fabrication of graphene transistors—faster and more reliable than existing silicon-based...
by Ames Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy
12:55pm
8.30.2017
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At the Technical University of Munich (TUM), Jürgen Kraus has manufactured self-supporting graphene membranes, and at the same time systematically investigated and optimized the growth of the graphene crystals. He was awarded the Evonik Research...
by Technical University of Munich
12:41pm
8.28.2017
The properties of a new light-weight, high-strength, flame-resistant and elastic metamaterial give it a potential use in a bevy of applications.
by Kenny Walter, Digital Reporter, R&D Magazine
9:07am
8.24.2017
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