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Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes

Printed Electronics World
Mar 13, 2020
New Material Could Turn Clothing into a Health Monitor

New Material Could Turn Clothing into a Health Monitor

Researchers are reporting a new material, pliable enough to be woven into fabric but imbued with sensing capabilities that could serve as an early warning system for injury or illness.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 28, 2020
Improving Electrical, Mechanical Properties of Carbon-Nanotube Fibres

Improving Electrical, Mechanical Properties of Carbon-Nanotube Fibres

Researchers recently developed a technique that can be used to build carbon-nanotube-based fibers by creating chemical crosslinks; the technique improves the electrical and mechanical properties of these materials.
External Company Press Release
CPI Partners with Canadian SME and National Research Council of Canada

CPI Partners with Canadian SME and National Research Council of Canada

CPI has announced the successful development of a scalable purification process for graphene oxide production in partnership with Graphene Leaders Canada Inc. a Canadian SME, and the National Research Council of Canada. This will overcome a key barrier to future large-scale production of GO, reducing costs and facilitating the adoption of GO to improve performance of industrial products.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 21, 2020
Graphene Forms Under Microscope's Eye

Graphene Forms Under Microscope's Eye

You don't need a big laser to make laser-induced graphene. Scientists are using a very small visible beam to burn the foamy form of carbon into microscopic patterns.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 19, 2020
Navigate the Emerging Graphene Market

Navigate the Emerging Graphene Market

Graphene is on the cusp of significant market growth; the opportunities are exciting and diverse, each with significant potential. Graphene and 2D Materials Europe 2020 (13-14 May, Berlin) is the largest B2B event on the topic with a dedicated focus on the commercial frontiers. www.GrapheneEurope.tech
Printed Electronics World
Feb 18, 2020
Nanowires Made of Tellurium and Nanotubes Hold Promise for Wearables

Nanowires Made of Tellurium and Nanotubes Hold Promise for Wearables

Wearable tech and electronic cloth may be the way of the future, but to get there the wiring needs to be strong, flexible and efficient.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 10, 2020
Engineers Mix and Match Materials to Make New Stretchy Electronics

Engineers Mix and Match Materials to Make New Stretchy Electronics

At the heart of any electronic device is a cold, hard computer chip, covered in a miniature city of transistors and other semiconducting elements. Because computer chips are rigid, the electronic devices that they power, such as our smartphones, laptops, watches, and televisions, are similarly inflexible. Now a process developed by engineers may be the key to manufacturing flexible electronics with multiple functionalities in a cost-effective way.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 5, 2020
IDTechEx Show! Interview with LG Electronics

IDTechEx Show! Interview with LG Electronics

Dr Youn Su Kim, part of the Professional-Advanced Materials Team at LG Electronics interviewed by IDTechEx Principle Analyst Dr Richard Collins talks about Graphene.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 4, 2020
Graphene Won't Crack Under Pressure

Graphene Won't Crack Under Pressure

Graphene is a paradox: it is the thinnest material known to science, yet also one of the strongest. Now, research shows that graphene is also highly resistant to fatigue — able to withstand more than a billion cycles of high stress before it breaks.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 30, 2020
Trash into Valuable Graphene in a Flash

Trash into Valuable Graphene in a Flash

That banana peel, turned into graphene, can help facilitate a massive reduction of the environmental impact of concrete and other building materials. While you're at it, toss in those plastic empties.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 13, 2020
New Material Could Turn Clothing into a Health Monitor

New Material Could Turn Clothing into a Health Monitor

Researchers are reporting a new material, pliable enough to be woven into fabric but imbued with sensing capabilities that could serve as an early warning system for injury or illness.
External Company Press Release
CPI Partners with Canadian SME and National Research Council of Canada

CPI Partners with Canadian SME and National Research Council of Canada

CPI has announced the successful development of a scalable purification process for graphene oxide production in partnership with Graphene Leaders Canada Inc. a Canadian SME, and the National Research Council of Canada. This will overcome a key barrier to future large-scale production of GO, reducing costs and facilitating the adoption of GO to improve performance of industrial products.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 19, 2020
Navigate the Emerging Graphene Market

Navigate the Emerging Graphene Market

Graphene is on the cusp of significant market growth; the opportunities are exciting and diverse, each with significant potential. Graphene and 2D Materials Europe 2020 (13-14 May, Berlin) is the largest B2B event on the topic with a dedicated focus on the commercial frontiers. www.GrapheneEurope.tech
Printed Electronics World
Feb 10, 2020
Engineers Mix and Match Materials to Make New Stretchy Electronics

Engineers Mix and Match Materials to Make New Stretchy Electronics

At the heart of any electronic device is a cold, hard computer chip, covered in a miniature city of transistors and other semiconducting elements. Because computer chips are rigid, the electronic devices that they power, such as our smartphones, laptops, watches, and televisions, are similarly inflexible. Now a process developed by engineers may be the key to manufacturing flexible electronics with multiple functionalities in a cost-effective way.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 4, 2020
Graphene Won't Crack Under Pressure

Graphene Won't Crack Under Pressure

Graphene is a paradox: it is the thinnest material known to science, yet also one of the strongest. Now, research shows that graphene is also highly resistant to fatigue — able to withstand more than a billion cycles of high stress before it breaks.
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