Ironed Graphene Flat

MIT Researchers Iron Out Graphene Wrinkles

    MIT engineers have discovered how to get wrinkles out of graphene — no steam required. Pure single-layer graphene is a far superior conductor than...
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 Semiconductor

A Step Towards Realizing Graphene-Based Semi-Conductor Chips

  This image shows represents before and after the pulsed laser annealing of reduced Graphene Oxide (rGO). Using high-powered laser pulses at room temperature and...
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...
New Nanoribbons Could Result In ‘On-off’ States For Graphene

New Nanoribbons Could Result In ‘On-off’ States For Graphene

This graphene nanoribbon was made bottom-up from a molecular precursor. Nanoribbon width and edge effects influence electronic behavior. Credit: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S....
Graphene Oxide Flexible And Transparent Memory Devices Could Mean New Era Of Electronics

Graphene Oxide Flexible And Transparent Memory Devices Could Mean New Era Of Electronics

    An innovative new technique to produce the quickest, smallest, highest-capacity memories for flexible and transparent applications could pave the way for a future golden...
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 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 Women

Female Achievers Chronicle Success At Women In Graphene Event

Reinforcing the fact that women play a critical role in pioneering research — including graphene development — women of accomplishment told their stories at...
Graphene Battery Energy Storage

Two-dimensional Polymer Breakthrough Could Transform Energy Storage

    “There's a great future in plastics.” That’s what the guy told Benjamin (Dustin Hoffman) in the classic 1967 film, The Graduate. Today, scientists from...

Researchers Discover New Metallic Atomically-Thin Silicon

  Researchers have discovered a new Metallic Silicon nanostructure that could provide native electrical contact (instead of contacts made of metals) for silicon devices, according...

Graphene-Enabled Artificial Throat

By Liam Critchley, Feb 28 2017 There is a demand to minimise the size of sound detectors and to functionally integrate them into wearable electronics, with...