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For first time, carbon nanotube transistors outperform silicon

The UW–Madison engineers use a solution process to deposit aligned arrays of carbon nanotubes…

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'Artificial Atom' Created in Graphene

In a tiny quantum prison, electrons behave quite differently as compared to their counterparts…

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STRETCHABLE GRAPHENE SUPERCAPACITORS BRING SOFT ROBOTS AND TECH-EMBEDDED T-SHIRTS A STEP CLOSER

Ultra-thin graphene-based stretchable supercapacitors, which could be used to power soft robots and advanced wearable…

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China has created the world's first graphene paper, which can enhance e-reader experience

In a groundbreaking achievement, China has developed the world's first graphene electronic paper that…

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Moire Nanosphere Lithography allows fabrication of large-area tunable graphene metasurfaces

Graphene, one of the most exciting two-dimensional (2D) materials, has shown extraordinary optical properties due…

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Experts roundup: on Graphene Oxide for composites

In the growing field of graphene-enhanced composites, especially plastics, how does graphene oxide fit…

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New graphene-based sensor to detect single molecule of explosives proposed

"The graphene spaser could be used to design compact spectral measurement devices capable of…

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Grapheneall's new oxidation and purification process helps to decrease acidic waste

The Korean Grapheneall recently started to produce graphene oxide and reduced GO, in a low…

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A graphene-based biosensor can diagnose diseases using a simple blood test

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) have developed a highly…

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Nokia Phone could be made by Foxconn, Featuring Camera made of Graphene

We had earlier brought you the report that Nokia is about to release two new…

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Bacteria may be the key to turning graphene into a semiconductor

Bugs in the systemBacteria may be the key to turning graphene into a semiconductor…

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4 wonder materials transforming the world

Graphene is one of the biggest recent discoveries in the world of physics thanks…

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Applied Graphene Materials enters agreement with European chemicals company

Partnership comes after tests showed the effectiveness of a new material that can bring improvements…

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GRAPHENE SPECIALIST AGREES MANUFACTURING TIE-UP

A listed Durham University spin-out has signed a joint development agreement with a private…

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Every year around 1/3 of worldwide food production is wasted

Every year around 1/3 of worldwide food production is wasted or lost around the…

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2016 Global Graphene Industry Survey and Report

With more than 440 replies from graphene experts and stakeholders in 57 countries, this…

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You Can Make Graphene In Your Own Home. Here’s How

If you have water, tape, tweezers and say…a microchip and some graphite crystals lying…

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GRAPHENE: 4 APPLICATIONS FOR REVOLUTIONARY MATERIAL

We touched on the impressive properties of graphene in yesterday’s blog. The world's thinnest…

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Meet the women using 'miracle material' graphene to inspire girls into science

If you haven’t been keeping up with science, you’ll be forgiven for not knowing:…

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Putting Food Waste Back in the Food Chain

It’s a jarring reality and by now a well-known fact that an estimated 1.3…

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Scientists Use Computer Simulations to Develop Graphene-Like Crystals of Salts

New computer simulations have explored the possibility that common rock salt (NaCl) may form graphene-like…

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Disposable biosensors and musical keyboards can now be printed using graphene ink

Printing with conventional rotary presses will create cheaper electronicsMAKING things with 3D printers is…

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Graphene-Enabled Paper Makes for Flexible Display

Graphene has been building quite a reputation for itself in flexible displays. Among the…

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Solar-Powered Graphene Evaporator Zaps Dirty Water … With Bacteria

The pesky bacteria Gluconacetobacter hansenii is known to oenophiles for its ability to turn wine…

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GRAPHENE OXIDE SHEETS CAN MAKE DIRTY WATER SAFE TO DRINK

The new biofoam is extremely light and inexpensive to make, making it a viable tool…

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Graphenano and Eckermann join to form Graphenano Dental.

Graphenano Dental's aim is the development of graphene structures to be used as dental prostheses.Both…

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New graphene partnership could deliver lighter, better performing aircraft and high-speed trains

A major Chinese investment in graphene research plans to deliver lighter, better performing aircraft and…

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Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond review – carbon foreplay with no climax

It’s been hailed as the wonder material that will revolutionise everything from smartphones and…

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Graphenano develops a graphene additive for leather

Graphene is a new State of the art material. New in the field of…

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Borrowing from pastry chefs, engineers create nanolayered composites

Method to stack hundreds of nanoscale layers could open new vistas in materials science.…

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MAKING GRAPHENE MORE PRACTICAL

[James Tour] and others at Rice University announced an improved form of graphene that…

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Transatlantic collaboration creates new research opportunities

​A joint mobility collaboration between the European Union’s Graphene Flagship and the United States’…

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Graphene quantum dots and TiO2 exhibit fascinating light harvesting capabilities

Researchers at Australia's Griffith University have discovered a fascinating mechanism, that may allow the design…

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Nanomedical Diagnostics’ Novel AGILE Graphene Biosensor Advances Kinase Research for the Development of Therapeutic Pharmaceuticals

Nanomedical Diagnostics, a biotech company developing and commercializing graphene biosensors for use in life…

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Stronger and Easier to Handle Rivet Graphene has Potential Use in Transparent Electronics

Researchers at Rice University state that if graphene had nanoscale “rivets”, then the wonder material’s…

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New way to turn electricity into light, using graphene

When an airplane begins to move faster than the speed of sound, it creates…

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Graphene makes plastic a million times more water resistant

From the blister packs that cover your sensitive electronics to the lightweight films that…

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Dassi lifts lid on 750 gram UK made graphene and carbon frame

​ The UK’s Dassi Bikes has revealed a new frame at its Hampshire headquarters, believed…

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‘Growing’ graphene at TCD may help build roll-up TV screens

Amber materials science centre team find wonder material good for high-tech uses Scientists at Trinity…

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Scientists eye first-ever aeroplane made using ultra-thin graphene

And Manchester scientists think the micro-thin covering could protect aircraft from lighting strikes…

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Germs add ripples to make ‘groovy’ graphene

Atomic force microscopy image of a graphene sheet draped over a Bacillus bacterium (left).…

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Graphene-infused packaging is a million times better at blocking moisture

(Nanowerk News) Plastic packaging might seem impenetrable — and sometimes nearly impossible to remove…

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Beijing unveils ‘world’s first graphene battery’, which charges in just 15 minutes

CHINESE electronics company Dongxu Optoelectronics has revealed the “world’s first graphene battery”, which they claim…

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Much more Moore's Law: Wonder-stuff graphene transistor trickery

But this time it's a gardening job Scientists have developed a way to “chemically grow”…

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Iranian researchers apply graphene in treating muscle injuries

TEHRAN, Jul. 12 (MNA) – Iranian researchers have synthesized a scaffold with optimal properties…

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Graphene: 200 times stronger and six times lighter than steel

Graphene is a synthetic substance with potential applications from healthcare to energy storage. Photo: Evan…

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New graphene device could revolutionise IoT

Is there anything graphene can’t improve? New research into the wonder material has led…

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Graphene foam as a scaffold for growing functional muscle tissue

Graphene foam as a scaffold for growing functional muscle tissueA new paper in Biomaterials Science…

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Denmark launches funding to fight food waste

Denmark has announced a subsidies scheme to combat food waste. The scheme was launched…

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A faster future: Graphene based optoelectronics

As an important step towards graphene integration in silicon photonics, researchers from the Graphene…

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Graphene hydraulic press delivers new 2D materials

New 2D materials created in graphene 'pressure cooker'Stacked layers of graphene observed to create…

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Graphene oxide-based electrode separator to solve a major problem in lithium-sulphur batteries

Graphene oxide-based electrode separator to solve a major problem in lithium-sulphur batteries…

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AD industry unites to launch Best Practice Scheme at UK AD & Biogas 2016

The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) has today published three ‘checklists’ as…

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Graphene considered within the top 10 emerging technologies

Meta-Council on Emerging Technologies …

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New technology could turn your skin into a touch screen

New technology could turn your skin into a touch screen Technology can be awkward. Our…

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Fantastic Voyage to the 'Nanoverse' One Step Closer

Fantastic Voyage to the 'Nanoverse' One Step Closer by Monash University…

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Graphene coated microbubbles as superior photoacoustic imaging contrast agent

Graphene coated microbubbles as superior photoacoustic imaging contrast agent (Nanowerk Spotlight) Researchers have demonstrated that…

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Graphene Market To Gain From Increased Usage Electronics, Aerospace, Medical And Energy Storage & Generation Till 2022: Grand View Research, Inc.

GrandViewResearch.com has announced the addition of “Global Graphene Market Analysis And Segment Forecasts To 2022”…

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4 convincing reasons to minimize food loss now

4 convincing reasons to minimize food loss nowBrian LipinskiA full one-third of the food the…

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Graphene-based wearable electronic patch for diabetes control

Graphene-based wearable electronic patch for diabetes controlDae-Hyeong Kim, Hyunjae Lee and Tae Kyu ChoiA graphene-based…

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First look: Vittoria Graphene road tyres

Vittoria have released a new range of tyres featuring Graphene+, a nano-technology material which…

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Graphene used as a frequency mixer in new research

Top: Three vibrational modes excitable in circular drums. In graphene, these modes are coupled…

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UH Researchers Discover a New Method to Boost Oil Recovery

As oil producers struggle to adapt to lower prices, getting as much oil as possible…

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New graphene based material leads to flexible screens

Exeter - A new technique, using the carbon based material graphene, should mean that fold-away…

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Synthesized microporous 3D graphene-like carbons

(Nanowerk News) Zeolites' nanoporous systems are an ideal template for the synthesis of three-dimensional (3D)…

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Foldable batteries and scaffolds for muscle

Patented University of Wollongong technology is being used to create foldable batteries and textiles that…

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SiNode receives $4 million to make improved batteries for electric cars

SiNode Systems, based at Illinois Institute of Technology’s University Technology Park, develops materials that make…

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Versarien to work with Airbus supplier to make components

CT specialises in carbon fibre technology and will use Versarien’s expertise in graphene to formulate…

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LWP Technologies Ltd raises $1.6M to develop graphene related battery

LWP Technologies Ltd (ASX:LWP) has raised $1.6 million through an oversubscribed placement of shares to…

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How Graphene Is Made And How It Was Discovered

VIDEO Graphene has the potential to change electronics during the new few decades in a…

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Graphene-based material illuminates bright new future for flexible lighting devices

(Nanowerk News) Researchers from the University of Exeter have pioneered an innovative new technique to…

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The ‘Beat’ Of A Graphene Drum Leads To Energy Transfer

The sound a nanometer-scale drum makes may not be music to the ears, but it…

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Improved 3-D-printed graphene aerogel supercapacitors

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers, along with a team from UC Santa Cruz (UCSC),…

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How Graphene Is Made

It’s so interesting to watch the magic material that is graphene get made, because…

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Cambridge Graphene Centre catalysing a UK value-chain

The growing importance of the Cambridge Graphene Centre in catalysing the development of a…

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Nonlinear Effects in Graphene Membranes Show promise for New Telecommunication Technology

Next-generation ICT can now be developed using the nonlinear effects present in graphene membranes.Similar to…

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Low-cost graphene-based biosensor chip detects DNA mutations in real time

A new graphene-based DNA mutation sensor can quickly and easily indicate the presence of…

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Australian company buys 50% stake in “game-changing” graphene battery storage technology

Australian energy technology company LWP Technologies has bought a 50 per cent share in a…

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University Launches New Graphene Company

This week The University of Manchester has launched a new company to develop and…

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Graphene isn’t the only Lego in the materials-science toy box

You may have heard of graphene, a sheet of pure carbon, one atom thick, that’s…

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Serial crystallography enhanced by graphene

Introducing graphene into microfluidic devices can make it easier to study proteins at an atomic…

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ENGINEERING COMPANIES ENTER GRAPHENE PARTNERSHIP

Precision engineering company Versarien is to work with Absolute Engineering on the development of…

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Disney World's biogas facility: a model for converting food waste into energy

As the US generates 35m tons of food waste yearly, biodigesters could be big business.…

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Researchers flock to Warsaw for graphene conference

This illustration depicts the process of light emission from a sheet of graphene, which…

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Now Graphene Can Have a Tunable, Stable Bandgap

Serving as guides to the eye, the inner dashed triangles in the image depict…

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Research and Markets Releases the New Bulk Graphene Pricing Report for 2016

Scientists have known about graphene since the 1960’s; however, they were never able to isolate…

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Graphene enables optoelectronics on regular paper

Graphene enables optoelectronics on regular paper(Nanowerk Spotlight) Electronic devices that source, detect and control light…

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Scientist is determined to make graphene work

With National Graphene Week starting, the M.E.N catches up with a former winner of the…

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Carbyne: twice the strength of Graphene?

The weird and wonderful world of nano-materials is gathering pace with many showing genuine promise.…

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Carbon Sciences Extends Graphene Research Project with University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB)

University to Continue Research and Development of New Graphene-Based Optical Modulator, a Fiber Optic Component…

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New low-defect method to nitrogen dope graphene resulting in tunable bandstructure

Scientists have demonstrated hyperthermal ion implantation (HyTII) as an effective means of substitutionally doping graphene,…

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First-Ever Global Standard to Measure Food Loss and Waste Introduced by International Partnership

Key points: New international framework launched to empower businesses, governments, and other organizations to measure,…

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Graphene-based smart contact lens works as self-powered biosensor

(Nanowerk Spotlight) Graphene, as the fundamental two-dimensional (2D) carbon structure with exceptionally high electronic quality…

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GE Secures Anaerobic Digestion & Gas Engine Deal for Eco Park in Surrey

M+W group has selected Jenbacher gas engines and a Monsal anaerobic digestion system, both supplied…

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Graphene-based transparent electrodes for highly efficient flexible OLEDS

A research team has developed highly flexible OLEDs with excellent efficiency by using graphene as…

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Talga now moves to cement graphene and graphite customer relations

Getting a mining project off the ground is a long, hard slog. And it…

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Italian LIFE projects influence national food waste legislation to boost circular economy

Italy is set to become the second European country to pass legislation that encourages supermarkets…

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REA report shows food waste collected separately will save money

A recent report entitled “The Real Economic Benefit of Separate Biowaste Collections” released by U.K.-based…

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Graphene device puts fuel-efficient cars in pole position

A graphene-based electrical nano-device has been created which could substantially increase the energy efficiency of…

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New technique allows to visualize defects on the surface of graphene

(Nanowerk News) The technique, developed by researchers at the Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry in…

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XG Sciences receives DOE grant for silicon-graphene anode technology

XG Sciences has received a DOE Round 2 small business award for $150,000, which it…

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Graphene nanoflake-based films developed as thermal interface materials

Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have developed a new approach to cooling…

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Graphene better way to conduct electricity

A research team of Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University has come up with a method to apply…

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Wearables, Smart Textiles and Nanotechnology: Applications, Technologies and Markets

The past few years have seen the introduction of a number of wearable technologies, from…

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Waste turned into electricity in new Sydney Water trial

Vegetable scraps, meat off-cuts, old bread and other food waste will be used by Sydney…

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New guidelines and tools to combat food waste

An EU-funded project has used its final project meeting in Brussels to showcase its…

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Mass-Volume Graphene Production, A Moonshot Project

Michael Sung wants to tackle the problem of carbon emissions. Through the Electric Vehicle Challenge…

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Graphene Reinforced Carbon Nanotube Networks for Strain Sensing Application

Flexible electronics are a significant concept in the electronics industry, and have been applied extensively…

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Haydale Graphene in new tie-up with Saudi pipeline firm

“This is a very significant market internationally and we couldn't hope for a better partner…

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Ultra-low power graphene-based transistor could enable 100 GHz clock speeds

Scientists at MIPT have developed a new type of power-efficient transistor using bilayered graphene.…

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Bendable smartphones are coming! Devices with screens made from graphene are so flexible they can be worn like a BRACELET

- Chinese company Moxi have developed a phone with a flexible screen- It used Nobel…

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GRAPHENE DE-ICER ADDS A SKILL FOR MILDER WEATHER

"We've learned to make an ice-resistant material for milder conditions in which heating isn't…

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Guangzhou OED Tech develops 'world's first graphene e-paper'

In a major technological break through, Guangzhou OED Technologies in Guangdong province, in collaboration…

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Graphene-based nanolubricants a performance leap from current motor oils, Malaysian research team finds

Recent research has shown that adding nanoparticles to automotive lubricants significantly enhances some of…

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How are countries leading the way against food waste?

A comprehensive analysis indicates the efficacy of well-crafted legislative frameworks in reducing household food waste…

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Graphene makes rubber more rubbery

Graphene can make thin rubber films up to 50% more stretchyRubber films are used in…

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Graphene: A quantum of current

When current comes in discrete packages: Viennese scientists unravel the quantum properties of the carbon…

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CealTech to start high-volume, high-quality graphene production

CealTech aims to become a leading global producer of high volume, high quality graphene, ultra-fine…

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Coronene suggested as a useful method to study graphene oxide

Researchers from Brazil suggest a new way to study the changes generated by oxygenated groups…

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AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group N.V. Announces a Collaboration Agreement with Haydale Graphene Industries plc

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, May 18, 2016 -- (Regulated Information) --- AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group N.V. ("AMG",…

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Graphene 3D Lab Introduces a New Class of Graphene Material with Exceptional Oil Absorbance Properties

May 16, 2016--Calverton, NY -- Graphene 3D Lab Inc. (TSXV: GGG, OTCQB: GPHBF) ("Graphene 3D"…

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‘Mexican hat’ in graphene bilayer enables ultralow-power operation of processor chips

The most important consequence of reduced power consumption is the increase in performance which could…

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Analysing '3D graphene'

Researchers in Australia and Singapore are the first to have measured the electronic properties of…

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Hydrogen doped graphene can make graphene magnetic for a material to enable spintronic devices

By inserting hydrogen atoms into the lattice of a graphene sheet, researchers from Spain and…

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A nanosized hydrogen generator

Researchers at the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory have created a small…

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Graphene is key in taking manufacturing to next level

Manchester’s expertise in advanced materials – and particularly graphene – is expected to reap rich…

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Manchester Uni still in talks over £30m graphene complex builder

Manchester University is still in talks with its framework contractors over which firm will build…

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Graphene oxide can 'buffer' synapses, could be used to treat epilepsy

A study coordinated by the International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste (SISSA) and the…

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Versarien PLC Graphene enhanced carbon fibre collaboration with Bromley Technologies

Versarien plc (LON:VRS), the AIM quoted advanced engineering materials group has today announced it has…

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Safety by Design: Graphene and the Brain

Image: modified from Rauti et al ACS Nano 2016. The Graphene Flagship has dedicated…

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Spin lifetime anisotropy of graphene is much weaker than previously reported

An article published today in Nature Communications presents a new method to determine the…

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17 killer trends in technology, media and comms you need to watch in 2016

[Share on Facebook] [Tweet about this on Twitter] [Share on LinkedIn] [Share on Google+]…

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Govt funds for graphene research

THE federal government has awarded the University of Adelaide $A2.6 million in funding to establish…

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Graphene Patterned at Room Temp

Shadow mask etched for flexible substrates LAKE WALES Fla.—Graphene is easily grown with chemical…

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Brazil joins race to commercialise graphene

Brazil has joined the global race to commercially develop graphene, with the opening of the…

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NEW at Graphene Week 2016: Graphene Innovation Forum

The Graphene Flagship is pleased to announce the inaugural Graphene Innovation Forum taking place…

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SWANA’s Applied Research Foundation Releases New Report for Achieving Global Waste Diversion Goals

Following a review of national and global programs, the Solid Waste Association of North America…

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UK graphene inquiry reveals commercial struggles

Concerns about the University of Manchester’s National Graphene Institute reflect a broader decline in industrial…

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Directa Plus to float on AIM

Directa Plus is going to float on London's AIM market. The group did not provide…

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ArticlesNewswiresGlossary HEXAGON RESOURCES LTD

In a major breakthrough, Hexagon Resources Ltd (ASX:HXG) in collaboration with the University of…

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Graphene 3D Lab's latest quarterly report shows revenue increase of 354%

New York based 3D printing materials manufacturer Graphene 3D Lab, Inc. has released its…

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Adding silicon-sulfur into 3D graphene makes for game-changing battery potential

A new application of graphene could mean big things for battery technology…

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Spiders Sprayed with Graphene Spin Super-Strong Silk

Researchers combined one of the strongest artificial materials, graphene, with one of the strongest natural…

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Graphene oxide device assists in monitoring cancer treatments

Researchers at the University of Michigan developed a graphene oxide-based device that could provide a…

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Graphene CPU it the fastest processor ever

Graphene CPU technology will change processors features forever …

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Cooling graphene-based film close to pilot-scale production

Heat dissipation in electronics and optoelectronics is a severe bottleneck in the further development of…

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China develops graphene electronic paper for next-gen e-readers

At just 0.335 nanometers thick, graphene is cheap to produce and can drive brighter…

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One-step graphene patterning method created

Researchers have developed a one-step, facile method to pattern graphene by using stencil mask and…

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Graphene Week: Technology Extra Sessions

The Graphene Flagship announced today the addition of four exciting new sessions to the…

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Atomic magnets using hydrogen and graphene

Graphene, a sheet one atom thick made up of carbon atoms, has a huge number…

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What's a graphene display and why it's going to be in flexible smart devices from the future

Yesterday, a Chinese manufacturer whose name escapes us turned a few heads by showing…

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Graphene-based ultracapacitors give trucks a boost of acceleration

The kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) is axle-mounted and stores power in a bank…

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Tech cafe: All things being Graphene

Human civilisation has been witness to stone, bronze, copper, iron and silicon ages, and may…

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Flinders Resources Produces First Graphene from Woxna Concentrate

Flinders Resources Limited (TSXV:FDR) announced that graphene has been produced for the first time using…

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Graphene Oxide Triggers Autophagy To Clear Toxic PCBs

Pre-treating cells with graphene oxide helps them to resist exposure to toxic polychlorinated biphenyls by…

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Directa Plus’ graphene-based products certified as safe for human contact

LOMAZZO, Italy -Directa Plus (“Directa” or “the Company”), one of the largest producers and suppliers…

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Commission To Publish Food Waste Initiatives

The European Commission is set to publish initiatives in food waste, plastics and Eco-design.…

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Versarien, WMG team up on graphene batteries

Versarien began paving the way to better battery technology on Wednesday, announcing a memorandum…

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Ramp Up Phase Highlights from the Graphene Flagship

The activities of all the Flagship partners are too numerous to list in this…

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Graphenea increases capacity with AIXTRON BM Pro

Graphenea announces a new order for Aixtron's BM Pro chemical vapor deposition system. Aixtron is…

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Kumaun Univ's project to turn plastic waste to graphene bags Rs 2 crore grant

A project proposed by Kumaun University in Nainital to synthesize graphene from plastic waste to…

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Graphene sponge soaks up good vibrations

A graphene-containing sponge, developed by scientists in South Korea, could pave the way towards artificial…

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Pacific American takes stake in graphene future

Pacific American Coal (ASX:PAK) could get a valuation boost from its prospective acquisition of…

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Teslaphoresis-activated self-assembling carbon nanotubes look even cooler than they sound

Not all important scientific research is cool looking, or has a cool name. But…

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Bandera to Sponsor Europe's Largest Graphene Event

Bandera proudly announces its sponsorship and participation at the 6th edition of the Graphene Conferenceseries,…

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Scientists create an Ultra-thin graphene sensor to detect air pollution

Scientists from a university in Japan have developed a Ultra-thin and energy efficient graphene-based sensor…

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Improved tech, falling prices drive graphene growth

Graphene has been touted as a ‘wonder material’ with the potential to disrupt and revolutionize…

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GRAPHENE 3D LAB’S SECRET PARTNER SECRETLY APPROVES THEIR SECRET PROJECT AND SECRETLY OKAYS THE SUPER SECRET NEXT PHASE

Last December Graphene 3D Lab announced that they had signed a research, development and royalty…

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Communications among most promising applications for game-changing graphene

Experts hold 'great optimism' with caution against hype; niche markets to be addressed first…

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Graphene composites offer new materials for manufacturing industry

EU researchers have created and tested a range of new polymer composites based on graphene…

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New approach to creating more responsive graphene-based photodetectors

Researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have demonstrated a new approach to modifying…

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Australian technology start-up gets graphene into world-first civil engineering product

Sydney-based Imagine Intelligent Materials has announced the first industrial application for graphene, in smart geotextiles,…

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Graphene research to define the ‘wonder’ material’s potential

As the world looks to continue its rapid development of technology, graphene has emerged…

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White Graphene Helps Batteries Keep Their Cool in High Temperatures

Photo: Jeff Fitlow/Rice UniversityThis syringe contains an electrolyte compound for a lithium-ion battery. Hexagonal…

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Scientists Finally Made Carbyne—a Material Stronger Than Graphene—That Lasts

Several years ago, scientists calculated the properties of an exotic form of carbon—called Carbyne—and…

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Graphene Flagship announces a new Work Package to design 2D-materials-based biomedical technologies

(Nanowerk News) With a budget of €1 billion, the Graphene Flagship represents a new form…

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Korean team develops graphene-utilized solution to collecting spilled oil

Korean scientists have developed a vessel made of the new material graphene that can bring…

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Graphene Filter Could Make Wireless Data Transmission 10 Times Faster

Researchers at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and the University of Geneva in…

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Reducing Food Waste Could Curb Climate Change

A new study predicts that wasted food could increase greenhouse gas emissions by mid-century.…

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Graphene-based Remote Controlled Molecular Switches

Imagine a world where you can tailor the properties of graphene to have the outcome…

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Bridging the gap between buckyballs and graphene

(Nanowerk News) The discovery of the soccer-ball-shaped molecule ‘buckminsterfullerene’ (or buckyball) in 1985 kick-started a…

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Graphene Could Help Generate Power From Rain

Solar cells could someday generate electricity even during rainshowers with the help of graphene, scientists…

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IoT and the development of a circular economy

Few topics receive greater hype in the media today than the Internet of Things (IoT),…

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Sweden: 7 start-ups created to reduce food waste

Recently, Starbucks announced it would actively start working to reduce food waste at its restaurants,…

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Britain’s Love of Takeaways Is Creating More Food Waste

British restaurants, food manufacturers, shops, and homes waste 12 million tonnes of food every year—75…

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Entirely new state of matter discovered in graphene-like material

A team of international researchers has announced what appears to be the discovery of…

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Researchers Develop Microbial Fuel Cell with Food Waste Derived Catalysts

A new fuel cell that could use carbon catalysts derived from various food wastes to…

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Silicon and Graphene Combo Finally Achieve Lithium-Ion Battery Greatness

​Silicon, graphene, and sometimes the two of them combined together have all been suggested…

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Graphene layer could allow solar cells to generate power when it rains

Solar energy is on the rise. Many technical advances have made solar cells quite efficient…

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Graphene-based material more sensitive than human skin

Lightweight elastomer could be used for a wide range of flexible electronic devices. Bill Condie…

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Grants for Early Career Researchers - Deadline Extended!

AVAILABLE TO EARLY CAREER RESEARCHERS WORKING ON GRAPHENE-RELATED RESEARCH ACTIVITIESCreated by Euroscience, the EuroScience…

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Versarien Plc starts 3D printing trials with graphene

“This is one of a number of graphene applications we are investigating and is an…

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Nature Inspired Nanotexturing Gives Graphene Boost In Light Absorption

Nature has long provided examples of what can be achieved through a little nanoengineering. Take…

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Paperlike battery electrode made with glass-ceramic

A paper-like battery electrode developed by a Kansas State University engineer may improve tools for…

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Graphene Oxide Biosensors Could Accelerate HIV, Cancer Drug Research

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Graphene scientists in Manchester get £3m to help make new gadgets

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First superconducting graphene created by UBC researchers

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'Wonder material' graphene could protect airliners from lightning strikes

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Graphene Offers Promise of Thermoelectric Material for Next-Generation Vehicles

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Graphene flexes its electronic muscles

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Robust new process forms 3-D shapes from flat sheets of graphene

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