graphene, glucose, monitoring

Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopic Sensing of Glucose

The small normal Raman cross-section of glucose is a major challenge in its detection by surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) for medical applications, such...
Graphene 3D Lab Receives $500,000 Grant for New Facility

Graphene 3D Lab Receives $500,000 Grant for New Facility

Graphene 3D Lab, Inc., a world leader in graphene-based composites and coatings, has received a $500,000 grant from the Long Island Regional Economic Development...
graphene, energy, nickel, storage

A Novel Nickel and Graphene Based Device for Hybrid Energy Storage

Researchers from Pondicherry University, Puducherry and SRM University, Chennai have recently demonstrated a novel device made of Nickel/ Nickel oxide (Ni/NiO) and graphene that...
Hong Kong Science Museum’s New Exhibition Explores Unlimited Possibilities of Graphene

Hong Kong Science Museum’s New Exhibition Explores Unlimited Possibilities of Graphene

What is invisible to the human eye, thinner than human hair and 200 times tougher than steel? It is graphene. A new special exhibition...
graphene, batteries, rechargeable

Russian Scientists Amp Up Battery Power by Finding Out How to Double Capacity

Researchers from the Siberian Federal University (SFU), the Krasnoyarsk Research Center at the Siberian Division of the RAS, and the National University of Science...
graphene, electron, computing

Graphene for Quantum Computing

Quantum computing is a new paradigm in computing that utilizes the benefits of quantum mechanics to enhance the computing experience. Quantum computers will no...
graphene, products, manufacture

10 Graphene-Enhanced Products Already on the Market

Graphene has been attracting attention due to its exciting properties and countless ideas for applications benefiting from those properties have been thought of; However,...
graphene, ceramic, 2D

Perfect 2D Ceramic Films from Graphene Precursors

The discovery and technological applications of two-dimensional (2D) materials – ultrathin sheet-like or plate-like materials that consist of only one or a few layers...

Egg Unboiling Machine Enables Graphene Battery Development

The Australian researchers who successfully unboiled an egg are turning their attention to capturing the energy of graphene oxide to make a more efficient...
graphene, nanoribbon, electronics

Longest Ever Graphene Nanoribbon Made

Chemists have used an iterative process to synthesise the longest graphene nanoribbon to date, consisting of 30 linearly fused aromatic rings with a length...

Etching Nanoscale Pores on Graphene Layers to Decipher Ion Transport

Written by AZoNanoDec 11 2017 Minute pores at the opening to a cell can function as tiny bouncers that let in certain electrically charged atoms,...
graphene, clean, water, partnership

Clean Drinking Water Tech Firm Boosted by Partnership

G2O Water Technologies has teamed up with a world-leading research centre as it aims to address the world’s clean drinking water crisis through pioneering...