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The Engineer Features NPL’s Work in Developing Advanced Graphene Measurement Techniques

The Engineer Features NPL’s Work in Developing Advanced Graphene Measurement Techniques

The National Physical Laboratory's (NPL) work developing advanced graphene measurement techniques features in an article published by The Engineer. [More]
Non-Destructive, Reversible Method of Doping Graphene

Non-Destructive, Reversible Method of Doping Graphene

Researchers belonging to the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and University of California, Berkeley have demonstrated a new method for changing the quantity of electrons that exist in a particular region within a graphene piece. Using graphene, the team has provided a proof-of-principle for producing the basic building blocks of semiconductor devices. [More]
Study on Crumpled Graphene Oxide-Based Nanocomposites for Advanced Water Treatment Receives NSF Grant

Study on Crumpled Graphene Oxide-Based Nanocomposites for Advanced Water Treatment Receives NSF Grant

John D. Fortner, PhD, the I-CARES Career Development Assistant Professor of energy, environmental & chemical engineering, will study new composite materials for advanced water treatment with a prestigious Faculty Early Career Development Award (CAREER) from the National Science Foundation (NSF). [More]
Graphene Nanoribbons Can Be Fracture to Get Desired Edges

Graphene Nanoribbons Can Be Fracture to Get Desired Edges

Theoretical physicists at Rice University are living on the edge as they study the astounding properties of graphene. In a new study, they figure out how researchers can fracture graphene nanoribbons to get the edges they need for applications. [More]
 Graphene@Manchester Business Director Writes About Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre

Graphene@Manchester Business Director Writes About Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre

James Baker, Business Director for Graphene@Manchester writes about the forthcoming Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre following a recent visit to leading UK materials manufacturing facilities. [More]
Graphene Plasmons at Near-Infrared Wavelength Suitable for Telecommunication Applications

Graphene Plasmons at Near-Infrared Wavelength Suitable for Telecommunication Applications

Scientists from ICFO, MIT, CNRS, CNISM and Graphenea have conducted a study on active electrical control of energy flow from erbium ions into plasmons and photons. [More]
Graphene Engineering & Innovation Centre Advisory Panel Visits Thomas Swan’s Facilities

Graphene Engineering & Innovation Centre Advisory Panel Visits Thomas Swan’s Facilities

In early January senior members from The University of Manchester’s GEIC advisory panel visited Thomas Swan in Consett, County Durham, to gain a better understanding of the process engineering, utilities, logistics, technology and safety requirements for a modern materials manufacturing facility. [More]
Phantoms Foundation, ICEX and the Spanish Embassy to Present Nanotechnology at nano tech 2015

Phantoms Foundation, ICEX and the Spanish Embassy to Present Nanotechnology at nano tech 2015

The Phantoms Foundation and ICEX Spain Trade and Investment, in cooperation with the Embassy of Spain (Economic and Commercial Office) in Tokyo bring together, for the eighth time, a nanoscience and nanotechnology Pavilion at nano tech 2015 (Spanish Pavilion - East Hall 6/Booth 6P-23). [More]
New Kind of Graphene-Based Biosensor Works in Three Ways Simultaneously

New Kind of Graphene-Based Biosensor Works in Three Ways Simultaneously

One of nanotechnology’s greatest promises is interacting with the biological world the way our own cells do, but current biosensors must be tailor-made to detect the presence of one type of protein, the identity of which must be known in advance. [More]
Precision Approach to Build Graphene Nanoribbons with Enhanced Properties

Precision Approach to Build Graphene Nanoribbons with Enhanced Properties

A team of researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and the University of California, Berkeley have collaborated to develop an accurate method using pre-designed molecular building blocks for synthesizing graphene nanoribbons. The nanoribbons built using this process have position-dependent, tunable bandgaps and other enhanced properties that hold promise for advanced electronic circuitry. [More]
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