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Revolutionary Graphene-Based Tyres by Directa Plus and Vittoria

Revolutionary Graphene-Based Tyres by Directa Plus and Vittoria

Graphene-based wheels ready for Giro d'Italia Image credit: Directa Plus Vittoria Qurano (Graphene Plus inside): this is the name of the first graphene-based product commercialized in the world. We are tal... [More]
Computer Simulations Help Predict Atomically Thin 2D Liquid Phase

Computer Simulations Help Predict Atomically Thin 2D Liquid Phase

A team of researchers, headed by Academy Research Fellow Pekka Koskinen of the Nanoscience Center at the University of Jyväskylä, has successfully performed computer simulations forecasting a liquid phase in atomically thin golden islands that form patches on small graphene pores. [More]
Haydale Announced as Lead Sponsor for Cambridge Graphene Festival, November 2015

Haydale Announced as Lead Sponsor for Cambridge Graphene Festival, November 2015

Haydale Ltd., a leader in the development of enhanced graphene and nanoparticulate materials, has announced its decision to sponsor the Cambridge Graphene Festival (5-6th November 2015). [More]
Directa Plus Present Graphene-Based Product for Oil Spill Remediation in Barcelona

Directa Plus Present Graphene-Based Product for Oil Spill Remediation in Barcelona

Directa Plus at 18th European Forum on Eco-innovation to present GEnIuS, the innovative project that leads to the creation of a graphene-based product able to remove hydrocarbons from polluted water and soil. [More]
Oxford Instruments CVD Equipment Used for Graphene and 2D Materials Research in Institutes Across Europe and US

Oxford Instruments CVD Equipment Used for Graphene and 2D Materials Research in Institutes Across Europe and US

As developments in graphene and 2D materials technology continue to increase, research institutes globally are investing in Oxford Instruments’ leading plasma processing Nanofab® equipment using CVD, PECVD and ICPCVD techniques to further their work in this important area. [More]
New Report on Nanomaterials and Graphene for 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing

New Report on Nanomaterials and Graphene for 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Nanomaterials and Graphene for 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing" report to their offering. [More]
NPL Representatives Take Part in Graphene International Co-operation Exchange

NPL Representatives Take Part in Graphene International Co-operation Exchange

Representatives from the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) attended the Graphene International Co-operation Exchange held in Fengtai Park, Beijing, China, on 21 April 2015. [More]
European Researchers Create Tunable Microwave Antennae Using Graphene Supplied by Graphenea

European Researchers Create Tunable Microwave Antennae Using Graphene Supplied by Graphenea

Graphene antennae in the microwave part of the spectrum can be tuned by an applied voltage. This is the latest result, published in the renown physics journal Applied Physics Letters, by a pan-European collaboration between Romania, Greece, Italy, and Ireland, using Graphenea graphene. [More]
Researchers Fabricate Electrically Conductive Nanocomposite Laminate with Less Graphene Loading

Researchers Fabricate Electrically Conductive Nanocomposite Laminate with Less Graphene Loading

Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have developed a new method for commercial-scale fabrication of graphene. This could lead to significant advances in flexible electronics, and could possibly change the manner in which graphene is viewed and utilized. [More]
New Porous, Layered Material That Can Serve as a Graphene Analog

New Porous, Layered Material That Can Serve as a Graphene Analog

The Science
An electrically conductive material, with layers resembling graphene (single sheet of graphite), was synthesized under mild conditions using a well-known molecule that allows good electronic coupling of nickel ions and organic moieties. The new porous material exhibits high electrical conductivity as a bulk material that is potentially tunable and has unusual temperature dependence, suggesting new fundamental physics. [More]
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