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Springer and The Graphene Council Launch New Journal Graphene Technology

Springer and The Graphene Council ( are launching a new journal called Graphene Technology. As a forum for the latest findings on the commercial and practical applications of graphene and graphene-related materials, the journal supplies researchers with cutting-edge, comprehensive information.


Terrance Barkan, Executive Director of The Graphene Council, said, "As the largest community in the world for graphene researchers, application developers and producers, The Graphene Council is thrilled to work with Springer to produce our official journal Graphene Technology. We aim to make it the leading platform to highlight quality graphene research, with a focus on real-world applications.”


Graphene Technology showcases the latest graphene research and development in practical commercial applications and technologies. The interdisciplinary journal provides a forum for researchers to share their original and innovative findings, in addition to identifying methods of production and applications. These include, but are not limited to, graphene sheets, nanoplatelets, nanotubes, dispersions and hybrid materials. Besides publishing original research, review articles and interviews, it has a special section highlighting news from the literature.


Further Information


About the journal Graphene Technology -

ISSN:  2365-6301  (print version)

ISSN:  2365-631X  (electronic version)


About The Graphene Council -

Contact: Joan Robinson | Springer Nature | Corporate Communications

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