Nanomedical Diagnostics VP Speaks About Mass-manufacturing Barriers For Graphene Biosensors

Nanomedical Diagnostics VP Speaks About Mass-manufacturing Barriers For Graphene Biosensors

  San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 11, 2017 In the past decade, graphene biosensors have achieved star status in the biomedical field, pushing existing linear detection...
Graphene Thermometer

Using Mango Leaves To Make Fluorescent Graphene Quantum Dots

  Researchers from Bombay's Indian Institute of Technology have used mango leaves to synthesize fluorescent graphene quantum dots (nanocrystals of semiconductor material,) which has resulted...
Lightweight, Handheld  X-Ray Devices Based on Graphene

Lightweight, Handheld X-Ray Devices Based on Graphene

A breakthrough between MIT and Singapore Institute of Manufacturing researchers may pave the way for handheld X-ray devices. The team used graphene to replace the...
Graphene Sponge Military Medical

Battlefield Graphene-Based Sponge Could Stop Bleeding in 90 Seconds

Two researchers in India are patenting a graphene sponge that could stop bleeding on a battlefield or a crime scene in less than 90...
Graphene Probe

Graphene-based Neural Probe Detects Brain Activity At High Resolution And Signal Quality

Researchers from the European Graphene Flagship have developed a new microelectrode array neural probe based on graphene field-effect transistors (FETs) that can record brain activity at high...
Graphene Neural Probe

Graphene-based Neural Probes Offer Hope For Brain Diseases

A new neural probe equipped with graphene transistors could allow physicians to improve the treatment of brain disorders like epilepsy, ALS and Parkinson’s Disease....
Graphene Robotic Hand Touch Sensitive

Graphene-based Solar-powered Skin For Prosthetics

  Researchers at the University of Glasgow have developed a self-powered, graphene-based robotic glove that is hypersensitive to touch. Scientists around the world have been working...
Graphene Blood Test Sample

Inexpensive Cancer-detecting Tests Could Be Graphene-Based

Researchers at MIT and Taiwan’s National Chiao Tung University are using oxidized graphene heated at relatively low temperatures to isolate and analyze single cells...
Graphene Prosthetic

All Hands on Deck for Graphene Prosthesis Breakthrough

An Italian team is using Graphene’s conductive properties and light-weight flexibility to actually create a robot prosthetic hand. Mashable.com reports that Rehab Technologies from The Italian Institute...

Mass-produced Graphene Biosensor to Help Discover New Drugs

Two West Coast firms have teamed up to create the first graphene-activated biosensor that can be mass-produced. San Diego-based Nanomedical Diagnostics and Medford, Oregon,...
Graphene Magnet

Graphene Used to Make Magnets Without Metals

A group of Czech scientists from the Regional Centre of Advanced Technologies and Materials (RCPTM) have created a graphene-based non-metallic magnet that retains its...

Graphene Enabled Robotic Hand

By Stan Schroeder  In the nether regions of the "NEXTech" area of Fira Gran Via, the enormous venue in Barcelona where Mobile World Congress is...