Graphene

Physicists Just Found a Loophole in Graphene That Could Unlock Clean, Limitless Energy

Holy crap.<p>By all measures, graphene shouldn't exist. The fact it does comes down to a neat loophole in physics that sees an impossible 2D sheet of …

Science

Want longer-lasting roads? Just add graphene

It's getting to the point where it seems like adding a dash of graphene can improve just about anything. The latest example is something you probably …

Engineering

Could graphene ripples be tapped into as a clean, limitless energy source?

As if graphene wasn't versatile enough already, researchers at the University of Arkansas have now found a way for the two-dimensional material to be …

Science

“The dawn of a new science”

Experts discussed the healthcare applications of graphene technology at the New Statesman Emerging Technology Conference (20 November, Institute of …

Optometry

Graphene flexible OLED is the best solution of encapsulation OLED

Graphene flexible OLED is the best solution of encapsulation OLED<p>Graphene is the most strong material in the world and transparent also so that makes …

Engineering

Mobiles and laptops may soon sport a new nanotech display device

In a feat comparable to the fable of blind man who carried a lame man on his back, lending him his feet and borrowing from him his eyes, researchers …

Quantum Mechanics

BRIEF-Great Lakes Graphite executes distribution agreement with Graphene Laboratories

Nov 20 (Reuters) - Graphene 3d Lab Inc GGG.V<p>* Says executed a product distribution agreement with Graphene Laboratories, a wholly-owned subsidiary of …

Graphene-based electrodes for microbial fuel cells

Researchers from Professor Christopher Howe’s group, and collaborators at the Cambridge Graphene Centre, have published an article in the Royal …

Fuel Cell

Researchers compute unprecedented values for spin lifetime anisotropy in graphene

Researchers of the ICN2 Theoretical and Computational Nanoscience Group, led by ICREA Prof. Stephan Roche, have published another paper on spin, this …

Quantum Mechanics

Like your whisky straight, no color? Graphene turns aged spirit transparent

Looking for a geeky magic trick to show your friends? All you need is a supply of all-around wonder material graphene and some booze. A membrane made …

Organic Chemistry

As electronics shrink, add wrinkles to pillared graphene? - Futurity

Adding wrinkles to pillared graphene could be important as electronic devices shrink and require more sophisticated heat sinks.

Move Over Graphene: IBM Expects Copper Interconnects to Hold the CMOS Line - ExtremeTech

By on November 16, 2017 at 9:16 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>It’s been 20 years since IBM …

Engineering

Tunable excitons in bilayer graphene

Excitons—bound pairs of electron and holes in solids—can be harnessed for optoelectronic applications. Being able to tune the exciton energy would …

Chemistry

Discover the latest F1-inspired watches - F1

Share this article on Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Email<p><b>Giorgio Piola G5, Strat-3 and Strat-3 Blue</b><p>Price $590-$2,985<p>Legendary F1 illustrator …

Auto Racing

Head Graphene Touch Radical Pro

The addition of Graphene Touch to the Head Radical Pro’s composition is designed to create a more muted, comfortable feel. The previous versions …

Tennis

Tailoring mechanically-tunable strain fields in graphene. (arXiv:1711.04505v1 [cond-mat.mtrl-sci])

Authors: M. Goldsche, J. Sonntag, T. Khodkov, G. Verbiest, S. Reichardt, C. Neumann, T. Ouaj, N. von den Driesch, D. Buca, C. StampferThere are a …

Engineering

Graphene water filter turns whisky clear

Previously graphene-oxide membranes were shown to be completely impermeable to all solvents except for water. However, a study published in <i>Nature</i> …

Engineering

Graphene-based composite puts ultra-low-power transistors in a spin

<b>Graphene-based composite material holds promise for ultra-low-power transistors</b><b>It is now possible to place 100 million transistors in each square</b> …

Engineering

Graphene May Challenge Dominance Of Silicon In Transistors

Silicon, the second most abundant element in Earth’s crust is at the heart of the IT revolution for the last 50 years. As it is the basic building …

Engineering

Metal-oxide coating makes graphene more versatile – news from the Enlighten Conference 2017

New techniques overcome the difficulty of depositing nanolayers on graphene, promising applications in barrier layers and electronics.

Engineering

Unbreakable smartphone screens are on their way

Smashed smartphone screens may soon be a thing of the past after scientists developed a cheap and ultra-strong touchscreen display using the “miracle …

Engineering

Graphene shoes draw heat from your feet

Graphene – the "wonder material" composed of a one-atom-thick sheet of linked carbon atoms – has already been used in products such as helmets, …

Science

Graphene Biosensors are Extra Quiet

Graphene has attracted enormous interest for electrically detecting chemical and biological materials. However, because the super material doesn’t …

Engineering

Flexible graphene detector extends scope of terahertz sensors

<b>Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have developed a first-of-its-kind flexible detector for terahertz frequencies using</b> …

Engineering

Uncrackable phone screens might be coming soon thanks to graphene and silver

Most of us have suffered that disheartening feeling of picking up your phone after a ‘no phone could survive that’ kind of drop. You reach down and hesitantly turn it over, only to see a cracked screen that ruins your day… to say the least.<p>Thankfully, scientists from the University of Sussex may …

Engineering

Flexible graphene THz detector

THz radiation can be detected by graphene FETs fabricated on a flexible polymer substrate, according to Chalmers University in Sweden. At room …

Engineering

Graphene sensors detect HIV DNA

Leiden and Jülich researchers discovered an elegant and simple approach to improve the sensitivity of graphene biosensors. These so-called 'next …

Biology

Graphene and silver team up for tougher smartphone screens

Smartphone screens seem to crack at the slightest breeze, but researchers at the University of Sussex might have developed a hardier alternative. The …

Science

Terahertz beam switching by electrical control of graphene-enabled tunable metasurface

Altmetric: 0<p>More detail<p>Article |<p>Open<p>Yin Zhang,<br>• Yijun Feng ORCID: orcid.org/0000-0002-7118-7509,<br>• Junming Zhao,<br>• Tian Jiang &<br>• Bo Zhu<p><i>Scientific Reports</i> <b>7</b>, …

Engineering

End of smashed smartphones as scientists invent super-flexy touchscreen

Costly smartphone screen breakages could soon be a thing of the past after British scientists invented a cheap flexible touchscreen made of silver and graphene.<p>Current screens are so brittle because they are made of indium tin oxide and covered with glass, which can shatter easily when dropped.<p>Not …

Engineering