Long Island Teens’ Silkworm Project Impresses Researchers

Long Island Teens’ Silkworm Project Impresses Researchers

  Two teenage scientists on Long Island are shooting for gold with their green science project. Alyssa Iryami and Audrey Shine are still in high...
Thought Leaders And Experts Join National Graphene Association Advisory Board

Thought Leaders And Experts Join National Graphene Association Advisory Board

    For photos and documents accompanying this release, go to this link. OXFORD, Miss., June 15, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The National Graphene Association has announced...
2017 TechConnect Day One Update Featuring Dr. Zina Jarrahi Cinker

2017 TechConnect Day One Update Featuring Dr. Zina Jarrahi Cinker

TechConnect 2017 in Washington D.C. is in full swing today and our Executive Editor, Dr. Zina Jarrahi Cinker, is in attendance. “The interesting thing about...
French Microscope Entrepreneur Banks On American Spirit To Ignite Graphene Boom

French Microscope Entrepreneur Banks On American Spirit To Ignite Graphene Boom

  When Manuel Ausserre talks about his startup microscopy company, he adopts the American spirit of opportunity-taking as his infant firm’s credo. “I really believe...
Driven By A Material One Atom-Thick, Dr. Zina Jarrahi Cinker Sees A Future Enhanced By Graphene

Driven By A Material One Atom-Thick, Dr. Zina Jarrahi Cinker Sees A Future Enhanced...

Dr. Zina Jarrahi Cinker is a young, dedicated physicist driven by the prospect of a world changed by Graphene, a relatively new discovery, but...
University Of Mississippi Engineers Showcase Graphene Products At Tech Event

University Of Mississippi Engineers Showcase Graphene Products At Tech Event

By Jared Senseman, Editor in Chief The University of Mississippi’s work on graphene research is turning heads at the C Spire Tech Experience – the...
Graphene And Gold Make A Better Brain Probe

Graphene And Gold Make A Better Brain Probe

  Credit: DGIST Researchers in South Korea have created more flexible neural electrodes that minimize tissue damage and still transmit clear brain signals. Electrodes placed...

The General Store And The Graphene Gold Rush

by Jared Senseman, editor in chief  During the great gold rush of 1849, it wasn’t the gold-diggers raking in the profits. It was the guy selling...
GrapheneSensorECG

Intelligent Medical Garments Feature Graphene-based ECG Sensors

    Researchers from multiple universities have developed an intelligent medical garment utilizing graphene-functionalized smart-cloth ECG sensors. The results has been a wireless, less invasive way to...