Inkjet-Printed Graphene-Based Strain Sensor Shows Promise

Inkjet-Printed Graphene-Based Strain Sensor Shows Promise

Researchers in the UK (the University of Manchester) and Italy (the University of Pisa) have developed an inkjet-printed graphene strain gauge sensor on paper....
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Graphene-Based Absorbers Could Enable Ultrafast Lasers In THz Range

A terahertz (THz) saturable absorber has been created using printable graphene inks produced by liquid phase exfoliation (LPE) and deposited by transfer coating and...
A New Way To Print Electrical Circuits

A New Way To Print Electrical Circuits

    Within 15 minutes of meeting Mark Hersam, PhD, a renowned nanotechnology expert and professor of materials science and engineering at Northwestern University, Ethan Secor...
Graphene-based Inks Find Sweet Spot In Research-to-commercial Storyline

Graphene-based Inks Find Sweet Spot In Research-to-commercial Storyline

  There’s no dispute that graphene-based ink applications are already super-charging the expanding universe of printed and flexible electronics. Products like touchscreens, radio antennas, transistors and...
Applied Graphene Materials Targets Fresh Growth With New Technology

Applied Graphene Materials Targets Fresh Growth With New Technology

A WONDER substance firm has revealed a “compelling” new technology as it bids to strengthen global expansion plans. Applied Graphene Materials (AGM) says its Structural...
Graphene Ink Photography Winner

Graphene Ink Photo Wins Contest — Blends Beauty, Research

Science is based on facts — but it manifests itself sometimes in beautiful images. An image of graphene ink by James Macleod that resembles...
Graphene Battery Ink

Graphene Ink Powers Printed Battery Partnership

The Australian materials company Talga Resources will supply graphene-based conductive inks to make the world’s thinnest printed batteries. That’s the result of an agreement...
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3D-printed Bacteria Could Be Key To Bespoke Graphene-Like Materials

Researchers from the Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands may have stumbled upon the future of tailor-made graphene materials by 3D-printing Bacteria.  "The development of...
Thomas Swan and Co Ltd. Graphene

Family chemical firm reveals graphene creation designed to improve industrial coatings

  The chemical company Thomas Swan and Co. Ltd is trying its hand at the ultra-light carbon material sector, having designed a graphene based material to improve...

Conductive Graphene Inks: Scalable 100% Yield Production

News Release 21 February 2017 Graphene Flagship Conductive inks are useful for a range of applications, including printed and flexible electronics such as radio...
Inkjet-printed graphene devices go non-toxic

Inkjet-printed graphene devices go non-toxic

Water-based, non-toxic inks made from flakes of materials such as graphene and tungsten disulfide have been produced by University of Manchester researchers. They demonstrated...