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A Material Keyboard Made of Graphene

A Material Keyboard Made of Graphene

Printed Electronics World
May 5, 2021
New Graphite Based Sensor Technology for Wearable Medical Devices

New Graphite Based Sensor Technology for Wearable Medical Devices

The team's printed sensors are 50 times more sensitive than the industry standard and outperform other comparable nano-enabled sensors in an important metric seen as a game-changer in the industry: flexibility.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 29, 2021
Greener Alternative to Lithium in Brisbane Manufacturing Deal

Greener Alternative to Lithium in Brisbane Manufacturing Deal

Brisbane-based Graphene Manufacturing Group will manufacture battery prototypes for watches, phones, laptops, electric vehicles and grid storage under a research agreement with scientists from UQ's Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 16, 2021
Finally, 3D-printed Graphene Aerogels for Water Treatment

Finally, 3D-printed Graphene Aerogels for Water Treatment

Graphene excels at removing contaminants from water, but it's not yet a commercially viable use of the wonder material. That could be changing.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 1, 2021
Graphene Foam Doubles Longevity of Running Shoes

Graphene Foam Doubles Longevity of Running Shoes

Sports footwear firm inov-8 has unveiled the world's first running shoe to use a graphene-enhanced foam in the sole, bucking the widespread trend for carbon-plate technology and doubling the industry standard for longevity.
External Company Press Release
INBRAIN Neuroelectronics Intelligent Graphene Based Neural Implants

INBRAIN Neuroelectronics Intelligent Graphene Based Neural Implants

Existing brain interfaces are based on metals such as platinum and iridium, which impose significant restrictions in terms of miniaturisation and signal resolution, and therefore cause considerable side effects. For this reason, there is a 50% rejection rate in candidate patients. Graphene Flagship spin-off INBRAIN Neuroelectronics uses a disruptive technology based on graphene which will overcome the current limitations of metal-based neural interfaces.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 4, 2021
New Skills of Graphene: Tunable Lattice Vibrations

New Skills of Graphene: Tunable Lattice Vibrations

Without electronics and photonics, there would be no computers, smartphones, sensors, or information and communication technologies. In the coming years, the new field of phononics may further expand these options. That field is concerned with understanding and controlling lattice vibrations (phonons) in solids. In order to realize phononic devices, however, lattice vibrations have to be controlled as precisely as commonly realized in the case of electrons or photons.
External Company Press Release
New Method for Integrating Graphene into Semiconductor Manufacturing

New Method for Integrating Graphene into Semiconductor Manufacturing

Graphene Flagship researchers have reported a new method to integrate graphene and 2D materials into semiconductor manufacturing lines, a milestone for the initiative's recently launched 2D Experimental Pilot Line — a €20 million project to bridge the gap between lab-scale manufacturing and large volume production of electronic devices based on two-dimensional materials.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 19, 2021
3D Printing Perovskites on Graphene Makes Next-Gen X-Ray Detectors

3D Printing Perovskites on Graphene Makes Next-Gen X-Ray Detectors

Scientists have developed a novel method for producing highly efficient X-ray detectors by using 3D aerosol jet-printing. The X-ray detectors can be easily integrated into standard microelectronics to considerably improve the performance of medical imaging devices.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 17, 2021
A Magnetic Twist to Graphene

A Magnetic Twist to Graphene

Structures made of rotated, ultra-thin materials provide a rich solid-state platform for designing novel devices. In particular, slightly twisted graphene layers have recently been shown to have exciting unconventional properties, that can ultimately lead to a new family of materials for quantum technologies.
Printed Electronics World
May 5, 2021
New Graphite Based Sensor Technology for Wearable Medical Devices

New Graphite Based Sensor Technology for Wearable Medical Devices

The team's printed sensors are 50 times more sensitive than the industry standard and outperform other comparable nano-enabled sensors in an important metric seen as a game-changer in the industry: flexibility.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 16, 2021
Finally, 3D-printed Graphene Aerogels for Water Treatment

Finally, 3D-printed Graphene Aerogels for Water Treatment

Graphene excels at removing contaminants from water, but it's not yet a commercially viable use of the wonder material. That could be changing.
External Company Press Release
INBRAIN Neuroelectronics Intelligent Graphene Based Neural Implants

INBRAIN Neuroelectronics Intelligent Graphene Based Neural Implants

Existing brain interfaces are based on metals such as platinum and iridium, which impose significant restrictions in terms of miniaturisation and signal resolution, and therefore cause considerable side effects. For this reason, there is a 50% rejection rate in candidate patients. Graphene Flagship spin-off INBRAIN Neuroelectronics uses a disruptive technology based on graphene which will overcome the current limitations of metal-based neural interfaces.
External Company Press Release
New Method for Integrating Graphene into Semiconductor Manufacturing

New Method for Integrating Graphene into Semiconductor Manufacturing

Graphene Flagship researchers have reported a new method to integrate graphene and 2D materials into semiconductor manufacturing lines, a milestone for the initiative's recently launched 2D Experimental Pilot Line — a €20 million project to bridge the gap between lab-scale manufacturing and large volume production of electronic devices based on two-dimensional materials.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 17, 2021
A Magnetic Twist to Graphene

A Magnetic Twist to Graphene

Structures made of rotated, ultra-thin materials provide a rich solid-state platform for designing novel devices. In particular, slightly twisted graphene layers have recently been shown to have exciting unconventional properties, that can ultimately lead to a new family of materials for quantum technologies.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 29, 2021
Greener Alternative to Lithium in Brisbane Manufacturing Deal

Greener Alternative to Lithium in Brisbane Manufacturing Deal

Brisbane-based Graphene Manufacturing Group will manufacture battery prototypes for watches, phones, laptops, electric vehicles and grid storage under a research agreement with scientists from UQ's Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 1, 2021
Graphene Foam Doubles Longevity of Running Shoes

Graphene Foam Doubles Longevity of Running Shoes

Sports footwear firm inov-8 has unveiled the world's first running shoe to use a graphene-enhanced foam in the sole, bucking the widespread trend for carbon-plate technology and doubling the industry standard for longevity.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 4, 2021
New Skills of Graphene: Tunable Lattice Vibrations

New Skills of Graphene: Tunable Lattice Vibrations

Without electronics and photonics, there would be no computers, smartphones, sensors, or information and communication technologies. In the coming years, the new field of phononics may further expand these options. That field is concerned with understanding and controlling lattice vibrations (phonons) in solids. In order to realize phononic devices, however, lattice vibrations have to be controlled as precisely as commonly realized in the case of electrons or photons.
Printed Electronics World
Feb 19, 2021
3D Printing Perovskites on Graphene Makes Next-Gen X-Ray Detectors

3D Printing Perovskites on Graphene Makes Next-Gen X-Ray Detectors

Scientists have developed a novel method for producing highly efficient X-ray detectors by using 3D aerosol jet-printing. The X-ray detectors can be easily integrated into standard microelectronics to considerably improve the performance of medical imaging devices.
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