In a recent study. researchers at the University of Glasgow in the UK have created a new technique that produces graphene at a hundred times cheaper than conventional methods.
A team of researchers have developed a new technique, which traps and controls light on the surface of graphene, through the use of laser lights. This new technique paves the way for a range of electronic devices to be developed.
In a recent study, researchers were able to move small objects made from graphene 'paper' by using heat and light.
Researchers have created a new ultrasensitive gas sensor that is made from boron-doped graphene. This new graphene sensor is capable of detecting noxious gas molecules at extremely low concentrations, according to the researchers.
Researchers have created a new night vision technology that can rival that from the movie, 'Predator.' The new development involves the use of graphene, which creates better and cheaper night vision devices.
New graphene-based inks could be used for high-speed manufacturing of printed electronics. Researchers have come up with a low-cost, high-speed method for printing graphene inks.
Graphene is the super material of the future. Now, though, researchers have found a way to embed metallic nanoparticles in graphene and turn the material into a useful catalyst for fuel cells and other applications.
New findings published in the journal Advanced Functional Materials reveal a new grapheme-based film that works to efficiently cool electronics.
Researchers may have created the world's thinnest light bulb. By using graphene, scientists have constructed an on-chip visible light source.
There may be a new technique to enhance graphene. Scientists have found that a winding thread of odd rings at the border of two sheets of graphene has qualities that could be valuable to manufacturers.
Forget about Kevlar; graphene may be the new bullet-proof material. Scientists have taken a new look at graphene's strength by shooting it with microbullets.
Scientists have found that by crumpling a sheet of graphene "paper," it actually takes on new properties that could be useful for creating extremely stretchable supercapacitors to store energy for flexible electronic devices.