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Graphene

'Next Generation Wonder Material' Created for First Time

'Next Generation Wonder Material' Created for First Time

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Could Graphene by the Answer to the Semiconductor Shortage?

Could Graphene by the Answer to the Semiconductor Shortage?

Semiconductors, which date back to the 19th century, are used everywhere in electronic devices, from automobile systems and air conditioners to laser treatment in cutting-edge medical systems. The continuing global shortage in semiconductors impacts how high-tech products are made around the world — the automotive industry alone is expected to lose $210 billion in revenue, with major players like BMW, Volkswagen and Ford already reporting the effects.
External Company Press Release
2D Experimental Pilot Line to Test Graphene-Based Sensors

2D Experimental Pilot Line to Test Graphene-Based Sensors

The 2D Experimental Pilot Line has launched its first customisable wafer run. As one of five multi-project wafer runs, this first phase targets sensor applications. Companies, universities and research institutes can include their designs as dies on joint wafers, to test their ideas for devices on a larger scale at relatively low costs.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 20, 2022
Bacterial Soundtracks Revealed by Graphene Membrane

Bacterial Soundtracks Revealed by Graphene Membrane

Have you ever wondered if bacteria make distinctive sounds? If we could listen to bacteria, we would be able to know whether they are alive or not. When bacteria are killed using an antibiotic, those sounds would stop - unless of course the bacteria are resistant to the antibiotic. This is exactly what a team of researchers have managed to do: they captured low-level noise of a single bacterium using graphene.
External Company Press Release
Alfa Chemistry: Graphene-like Materials Have Broad Prospects

Alfa Chemistry: Graphene-like Materials Have Broad Prospects

Graphene has aroused great interest in the research circle and stimulates innovation in a wide range of fields for excellent performance. With similar properties to graphene, graphene-like materials have now been theoretically or practically explored.
External Company Press Release
An International Standard for Measuring the Flatness of Graphene

An International Standard for Measuring the Flatness of Graphene

Graphene is often portrayed as the ultimate conductor, thanks to its flexibility and to its excellent conductivity. However, research has shown that the electrical and the structural quality of graphene are intimately connected, and that nanoscale lattice deformations caused by surface corrugations limit the mobility of electrons in graphene.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 28, 2022
Graphene Sensor Rapidly Detects Opioid Metabolites in Wastewater

Graphene Sensor Rapidly Detects Opioid Metabolites in Wastewater

The unique properties of the atom-thick sheet of carbon, known as graphene, enabled a new penny-sized, multiplexed bio-sensor that's the first to detect opioid byproducts in wastewater. The novel device is the first to use graphene-based field effect transistors to detect four different synthetic and natural opioids at once, while shielding them from wastewater's harsh elements.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 21, 2022
Wrapping Droplets in Graphene for Printed Microchips, Wearable Sensors

Wrapping Droplets in Graphene for Printed Microchips, Wearable Sensors

New research from physicists will 'significantly advance' the new technology area of liquid electronics, enhancing the functionality and sustainability of potential applications in printed electronics, wearable health monitors and even batteries.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 7, 2022
New Glucose Sensor Using Graphene Foam is Cheaper, More Robust

New Glucose Sensor Using Graphene Foam is Cheaper, More Robust

Researchers have developed a new sensing technique based on graphene foam for the detection of glucose levels in the blood. Since it is a chemical sensor instead of being enzyme-based, the new technology is robust, has a long shelf-life and can be tuned to detect lower glucose concentrations than current systems.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 1, 2022
Tonnes of Used Face Masks to Be Turned into Energy

Tonnes of Used Face Masks to Be Turned into Energy

Researchers have developed a new technology for producing cost-effective batteries from medical waste. The authors of the research claim that their technology could turn waste that is difficult to recycle into raw materials, according to a study published in the Journal of Energy Storage.
External Company Press Release
Could Graphene by the Answer to the Semiconductor Shortage?

Could Graphene by the Answer to the Semiconductor Shortage?

Semiconductors, which date back to the 19th century, are used everywhere in electronic devices, from automobile systems and air conditioners to laser treatment in cutting-edge medical systems. The continuing global shortage in semiconductors impacts how high-tech products are made around the world — the automotive industry alone is expected to lose $210 billion in revenue, with major players like BMW, Volkswagen and Ford already reporting the effects.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 20, 2022
Bacterial Soundtracks Revealed by Graphene Membrane

Bacterial Soundtracks Revealed by Graphene Membrane

Have you ever wondered if bacteria make distinctive sounds? If we could listen to bacteria, we would be able to know whether they are alive or not. When bacteria are killed using an antibiotic, those sounds would stop - unless of course the bacteria are resistant to the antibiotic. This is exactly what a team of researchers have managed to do: they captured low-level noise of a single bacterium using graphene.
External Company Press Release
An International Standard for Measuring the Flatness of Graphene

An International Standard for Measuring the Flatness of Graphene

Graphene is often portrayed as the ultimate conductor, thanks to its flexibility and to its excellent conductivity. However, research has shown that the electrical and the structural quality of graphene are intimately connected, and that nanoscale lattice deformations caused by surface corrugations limit the mobility of electrons in graphene.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 21, 2022
Wrapping Droplets in Graphene for Printed Microchips, Wearable Sensors

Wrapping Droplets in Graphene for Printed Microchips, Wearable Sensors

New research from physicists will 'significantly advance' the new technology area of liquid electronics, enhancing the functionality and sustainability of potential applications in printed electronics, wearable health monitors and even batteries.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 1, 2022
Tonnes of Used Face Masks to Be Turned into Energy

Tonnes of Used Face Masks to Be Turned into Energy

Researchers have developed a new technology for producing cost-effective batteries from medical waste. The authors of the research claim that their technology could turn waste that is difficult to recycle into raw materials, according to a study published in the Journal of Energy Storage.
External Company Press Release
2D Experimental Pilot Line to Test Graphene-Based Sensors

2D Experimental Pilot Line to Test Graphene-Based Sensors

The 2D Experimental Pilot Line has launched its first customisable wafer run. As one of five multi-project wafer runs, this first phase targets sensor applications. Companies, universities and research institutes can include their designs as dies on joint wafers, to test their ideas for devices on a larger scale at relatively low costs.
External Company Press Release
Alfa Chemistry: Graphene-like Materials Have Broad Prospects

Alfa Chemistry: Graphene-like Materials Have Broad Prospects

Graphene has aroused great interest in the research circle and stimulates innovation in a wide range of fields for excellent performance. With similar properties to graphene, graphene-like materials have now been theoretically or practically explored.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 28, 2022
Graphene Sensor Rapidly Detects Opioid Metabolites in Wastewater

Graphene Sensor Rapidly Detects Opioid Metabolites in Wastewater

The unique properties of the atom-thick sheet of carbon, known as graphene, enabled a new penny-sized, multiplexed bio-sensor that's the first to detect opioid byproducts in wastewater. The novel device is the first to use graphene-based field effect transistors to detect four different synthetic and natural opioids at once, while shielding them from wastewater's harsh elements.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 7, 2022
New Glucose Sensor Using Graphene Foam is Cheaper, More Robust

New Glucose Sensor Using Graphene Foam is Cheaper, More Robust

Researchers have developed a new sensing technique based on graphene foam for the detection of glucose levels in the blood. Since it is a chemical sensor instead of being enzyme-based, the new technology is robust, has a long shelf-life and can be tuned to detect lower glucose concentrations than current systems.
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