Later this month, research scientists and engineers will join with industry representatives and investors to discuss the use of graphene and related nanomaterials in future energy solutions.
The two-day Graphene Connect – Energy applications workshop , which takes place in Dresden from 20-21 October, will cover recent scientific advances, together with manufacturing issues, industrial...
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Graphene-based Technologies, 20th February 2015, London
This event will review the state of the art and future trends in Graphene research, with a particular focus on production techniques, material characterization and the latest applications in RF devices.
Call for posters now open!
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How about combining graphene with the humble elastic band to make a big difference in the field of health care by using them to monitor motion associated with breathing and heart rate as well as joints?
The rubber bands can be infused with graphene and become conductive whilst remaining stretchy. Connect them to a power source and a subtle movement gives a detectable effect on the...
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A team of researchers from the University of Southampton's Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) has developed a new way to fabricate a potential challenger to graphene.
Graphene, a single layer of carbon atoms in a honeycomb lattice, is increasingly being used in new electronic and mechanical applications, such as transistors, switches and light sources, thanks to the unprecedented...
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It seems that Korean scientists having taken the thorny problem of the huge quantity of cigarette butts that are discarded annually across the globe and addressed it by finding a role for them coating electrodes in supercapacitors.
They have pyrolysed the cellulose acetate fibres to produce a carbon that can perform better than graphene and carbon nanotubes in terms of storing and...
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A new prototype terahertz light detector uses graphene to look just beneath the surface of opaque objects such as skin and plastic, has been developed in by the University of Maryland and the US Naval Research Lab in collaboration with Australia's Monash University. It operates at room temperature at faster speeds than existing detectors in the terahertz range.
The principle it...
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The issue of how to separate the individual layers into the single molecule thickness sheets seems to be on the way to being resolved with the latest research collaboration between US and Japanese scientists identifying non- oxidative intercalation molecules in a group of acids.
It was also reported recently that specialist producers of graphene are slowly moving towards commercial...
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ESA Open Invitation To Tender
Title: DEVELOPMENT OF GRAPHENE BASED THZ AND X-RAY RADIATION DETECTORS: FEASIBILITY STUDY (EXPRO+)
Open Date: 10/09/2014
Closing Date: 22/10/2014
The objectives of proposal are to explore the microphysics behind and develop the technology to produce a prototype graphene based radiation detector, sensitive to both THz and soft X radiation....
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A University of Manchester graphene scientist has won a prestigious award for his business proposal to set up a standards service for the one atom thick material.
Antonios Oikonomou is the winner of the Eli and Britt Harari Graphene Enterprise Award 2014 for his business enterprise; Graphene Characterisation and Standardisation Services (GCSS).
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Innovate UK 2014, 5th & 6th November 2014, Old Billingsgate, London
Hosted by the Technology Strategy Board and UKTI, Innovate UK 2014 brings together the most cutting edge innovators and truly inspirational business leaders to celebrate innovation and deliver a platform for conversations, partnerships, investment and support. And you are invited to be a part of the show!
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Normal rubber bands can be turned into strain sensors by infusing them with graphene flakes, according to researchers at the University of Surrey and Trinity College Dublin.
The process is predictable, reliable and repeatable, costs only a few pence, and the resulting sensors are durable and comparable in performance with commercial sensors, researcher...
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Researchers at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) have discovered that the conductivity at the edges of graphene devices is different to that of the central material.
Local scanning electrical techniques were used to examine the local nanoscale electronic properties of epitaxial graphene, in particular the differences between the edges and central parts of graphene Hall bar devices....
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Researchers at AMBER, the Science Foundation Ireland funded materials science centre, and the School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin, have discovered a method of creating wearable sensors by adding graphene to shop-bought rubber bands; the first time this has ever been achieved worldwide. Working with researchers from the University of Surrey, their findings have been published in ACS...
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Nabil Zahlan, Head of the Graphene Special Interest Group, outlines the path to commercialisation for the material.
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Morgan Advanced Materials has announced a new joint development agreement with The University of Manchester, aimed at scaling up a new process for manufacturing graphene. Bringing together some of the University’s leading graphene researchers and Morgan’s 150 years of carbon processing expertise, the partnership will explore the full potential of graphene, with a...
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Haydale Announce Major Agreement with InVentures Group to Accelerate Commercialisation of Graphene
North American R&D market to have increased access to graphene nanomaterials with customised functionalisation
Swansea, South Wales (July 17, 2014) - Haydale, the company focused on enabling technology for the commercialisation of graphene and other nano materials,...
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Haydale, the company focused on enabling technology for the commercialisation of graphene, has announced that it has signed a research and collaboration agreement with the Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating (WCPC), one of the world’s leading research and development centres for printing and coating processes, based at Swansea University. The collaboration aims to further refine and...
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Scientists at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology have developed a carbon nanosheet made from spin coating a polymer onto a quartz substrate that can be directly used as a transparent electrode in ITO-free organic solar cells. The polymer solution is made of a romatic hydrocarbons and cycloalkanes and the coating is heat treated to develop the carbon nanosheets.
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EPSRC are seeking Expressions of Interest for participation in the JSPS Core-to-Core scheme in the area of spintronics and advanced materials. The JSPS Core-to-Core scheme is designed to create world-class research hubs in fields considered to be cutting-edge and internationally important in Japan. These hubs are built and operated through sustainable collaborative relations established...
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The University of Manchester has been announced as the host of Graphene week 2015 - A key international conference for scientists studying the wonder substance graphene.
Graphene Week - the international conference on the fundamental science of graphene and applications of graphene-based devices - is the main annual event of the European Commission's buggest ever research initiative,...
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A PIONEERING research project to develop lighter, stronger, more energy-efficient, and safe vehicles using ‘wonder material’ graphene is being led by the University of Sunderland and could potentially revolutionise the global automotive industry.
Graphene is a material made from a single layer of carbon atoms, which is stronger than diamond, lightweight and flexible, first discovered...
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To coincide with Graphene Week 2014 , the Graphene Flagship is proud to announce that today one of the largest-ever European research initiatives is doubling in size. 66 new partners are being invited to join the consortium following the results of a €9 million competitive call. While most partners are universities and research institutes, the share of companies, mainly SMEs, involved is...
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Another group of US (Californian) scientists have been working on the use of graphene and CNT's to develop more efficient supercapacitors for energy storage (see article entitled Graphene and CNT Hybrid Supercapacitor )
They have deposited graphene on a nanoscale carbon nanotube porous foam that provides the high surface area that the electrolyte infiltrates. The foam is formed from a...
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The University of Surrey has recently announced it's Graphene activities - pls see more at:
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To coincide with start of Graphene Week 2014 in Gothenburg, Sweden, new partners of the Graphene Flagship will be revealed on Monday, 23 June, at 12:30 CEST. One of the largest-ever European research initiatives will expand further as result of a 9 million euro competitive call.
Swedish Chalmers University of Technology, project coordinator of the Graphene Flagship, will be hosting the...
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