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Rice Researchers Explore How Graphene Oxide “Paper” Would Handle Shear Strain

Rice Researchers Explore How Graphene Oxide “Paper” Would Handle Shear Strain

The same slip-and-stick mechanism that leads to earthquakes is at work on the molecular level in nanoscale materials, where it determines the shear plasticity of the materials, according to scientists at Rice University and the State University of Campinas, Brazil.

Study Reveals Graphene’s Ability to Control Terahertz Laser Frequency

Study Reveals Graphene’s Ability to Control Terahertz Laser Frequency

Researchers, headed by Sir Kostya Novoselov and Dr Subhasish Chakraborty from the University of Manchester, have discovered graphene’s ability to control terahertz laser frequency. This capability could open up new possibilities for terahertz lasers.

New Graphene Discovery Could Help Save Millions of Lives

New Graphene Discovery Could Help Save Millions of Lives

Investigations of graphene properties for their use as enterosorbents have been performed in S.M. Kirov Military Medicine Academy in Russia. The research has been carried out under the leadership of Kirsan - Petrik Laboratory of the Future transcorporation.

New Method for Fast and Precise DNA Sequencing is Simulated

New Method for Fast and Precise DNA Sequencing is Simulated

An innovative method for fast and precise gene sequencing has been proposed by scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Stanford's Graphene-Coated Battery can Turn On/Off Based on Temperature

Stanford's Graphene-Coated Battery can Turn On/Off Based on Temperature

A team of researchers from Stanford University have constructed a one-of-a-kind lithium-ion battery capable of turning off and on according to the temperature.

Electronically Interconnected Graphene Nanoribbons Show Promise for High-Speed Electronics

Electronically Interconnected Graphene Nanoribbons Show Promise for High-Speed Electronics

Scientists at the Advanced Institute of Materials Research (AIMR) of Tohoku University have effectively used zigzag-edge features to interconnect graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) by means of molecular assembly, and also showed how chemical interconnection links the GNRs’ electronic properties.

Graphene Effectively Filters Different Isotopes of Hydrogen

Graphene Effectively Filters Different Isotopes of Hydrogen

Researchers at the University of Manchester have demonstrated that graphene could be used for filtering different isotopes of hydrogen, which could enable cleaning of nuclear waste and easier production of heavy water.

University of Manchester Graphene Researcher Honoured with EPSRC Fellowship

University of Manchester Graphene Researcher Honoured with EPSRC Fellowship

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has awarded a Fellowship to Dr Artem Mishchenko of the University of Manchester.

Flexible, Low-Cost, Graphene-Based Infrared Vision System for Thermal Imaging Applications

Flexible, Low-Cost, Graphene-Based Infrared Vision System for Thermal Imaging Applications

A team of researchers have developed a flexible, low-cost, transparent thermal sensor device using graphene that could be used for thermal imaging applications.

IDTechEx Show to Focus on Resolving Energy Storage Issues with Graphene

IDTechEx Show to Focus on Resolving Energy Storage Issues with Graphene

The graphene industry is at a crossroads for most small and medium companies, which are hoping to start bringing in revenue after years of investment. Unlike government and university research groups, medium sized companies cannot afford to take the long road.