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FLAG-ERA and TNT2014 join efforts: Graphene Networking at its higher level in Barcelona

On the occasion of the TNT2014 International Conference, a Graphene Networking Event organized by FLAG-ERA will take place in Barcelona, the 27th of October.

 

FLAG-ERA is a FP7 ERA-NET that gathers most regional and national funding organisations (NRFOs) in Europe with the goal of supporting the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET)…

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The original Graphene Aerogel sample sold in an auction for $1.6 million

In March 2013, researchers from China's Zhejiang University developed the world's lightest material ever made, Graphene Aerogel, is made from freeze-dried carbon and graphene oxide. Today it was reported that that bit of Graphene Aerogel was sold in an auction in China for 10 million yuan ($1.6 million).…



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The original Graphene Aerogel sample sold in an auction for $1.6 million

In March 2013, researchers from China's Zhejiang University developed the world's lightest material ever made, Graphene Aerogel, is made from freeze-dried carbon and graphene oxide. Today it was reported that that bit of Graphene Aerogel was sold in an auction in China for 10 million yuan ($1.6 million).…



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GRAPCHINA2014 - International Graphene Innovation Conference

The International Graphene Innovation Conference (GRAPCHINA 2014) is dedicated to the enhancement of graphene based technology, innovation and research. The conference is jointly organized by China Innovation Alliance of the Graphene Industry (CGIA), Phantoms Foundation and Ningbo Government from the 1st to the 3rd of September this year in Ningbo (China). CGIA is the first national alliance ever, comprising dozens of top research institutions including Tsinghua…

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Samsung developed graphene quantum dots based flash memory devices

Researchers are developing flash memory devices that store the charge in nanocrystals instead of the usually used polysilicon layers. These kinds of devices are less sensitive to local defects and offer high-density memory potential.



Researchers from Samsung Electronics (and Korea's Kyung Hee University) are now developing similar flash devices based on graphene quantum dots (GQDs). The performance of such a device is promising, with an electron density that is comparable to…

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Move over Gortex, Graphene is a thousand times better at waterproofing clothes

Researchers from ETH Zurich developed a stable porous membrane made from only 2 layers of graphene. They say that this is the thinnest possible porous membrane that is technologically possible to make.



The new membrane can be used as a filter for several different purposes - such as waterproof clothing. In fact the researchers say that their membrane will be a thousand fold more breathable than Goretex! Other applications may include water filteration and gas and liquid flow rate…

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Graphene 2014: outstanding program is online 700 attendees registered

Graphene 2014, the International Conference & Exhibition on Graphene, to be held in Toulouse (France), from May 06-09 announces the online program.

 

An impressive list of internationally renowned speakers will present the latest trends in the field and the global graphene technology…

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Added by Chief Editor- Nanopaprika on April 8, 2014 at 9:50pm — No Comments


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Samsung invests in XG Sciences, to co-develop graphene-based batteries

Graphene-developer XG Sciences announced that Samsung Ventures placed a strategic investment. Samsung SDI, the world's largest li-ion battery maker and XG Sciences will co-develop next-gen graphene based batteries:

http://www.graphene-info.com/samsung-invests-xg-sciences-co-develop-graphene-based-batteries

Added by TINC on January 30, 2014 at 7:42pm — 1 Comment


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Researchers use regular pencil and paper to create graphene-based sensors

Students from Northwestern University managed to use pencils and regular paper to create functional sensor devices. They created two types of sensors - strain sensors and chemical vapor sensors.



The students had a discussion about the conductive properties of graphene. They realized that when you draw a line on a piece of paper with a pencil, the pencil's graphite sheds numerous graphene sheets. They started exploring what these graphene sheets can be used for... and, well,  you…

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Added by TINC on January 24, 2014 at 8:06pm — No Comments


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Graphene to enable more efficient and flexible OLEDs

BASF and the Graphene Research Centre (GRC) at the National University of Singapore announced a new partnership to develop the use of graphene in organic electronics devices - such as OLED devices and OPVs. The goal of this collaboration is to interface graphene films with organic electronic materials, with an aim to create more efficient and flexible lighting devices:…



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Added by TINC on January 20, 2014 at 5:49pm — No Comments


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The world's largest graphene production plant is now operational in China

China's Ningbo Morsh Technology's graphene production line, with its annual capacity of 300 tons (or tens of millions of graphene films) is now online.



China plans to build a state-level graphene industrialization base in China's Chongqing Municipality. Within 5 years, they hope to reach revenues of 100 billion yuan ($16.35 billion). If the current capacity is indeed 300 tons per year, than China is now the world's leading graphene producer by far.



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Added by TINC on January 1, 2014 at 12:33pm — No Comments


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Pen and paper used to create simple graphene-based printed electronic circuits

Researchers discovered a simple method to fabricate graphene-based printed electronics, using an ordinary cellulose paper and pen. This process, if they manage to commercialize and automate it, could enable cheap flexible biodegradable electronics.…



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Added by TINC on October 29, 2013 at 12:00am — No Comments


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Graphene based membranes could help control CO2 emissions

Researchers from Korea's Hanyang University developed new graphene membrane based technology to separate carbon dioxide (CO2) from nitrogen and hydrogen. This could lead to low-cost greenhouse-gas control systems, and the researchers hope it can be commercialized within two or three years:…



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Added by TINC on October 28, 2013 at 11:57pm — No Comments


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The NSF awards $1.5 million towards a new roll-to-roll graphene nanopetals production process research

Researchers at Purdue University are developing a new graphene "nanopetals" mass production process based on a roll-to-roll process. Those nanopetals are graphene-based vertical nanostructures that look like tiny rose petals, and they have applications in sensors, heat-management, supercapacitors and batteries. This research is funded with a $1.5 million grant from the NSF, and aims to increase the production speed of nanopetal-coated surfaces to 10 square meters per hour (a dramatic…

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Added by TINC on October 23, 2013 at 8:04pm — No Comments


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Adding holes to graphene

Graphene (a sheet of carbon just one atom thick) can be successfully p-doped with boron, according to new experiments by researchers at Columbia University in the US. The result means that the carbon material can be both electron- and hole-doped, something that is important for advancing real-world graphene-based electronics. B dopants in graphene Chemical doping can be used to add or remove electrons from a material. Two years ago, a team led by Abhay Pasupathy showed that graphene could be…

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Added by TINC on October 22, 2013 at 9:16pm — No Comments


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Graphene enables long lasting lithium-air batteries that can enable electric cars with almost 1,000 kilometers range

Researchers from Korea's KAIST institute developed a lithium-air rechargeable battery using a nano fiber graphene composite catalyst. This battery has five times greater storage compared to current lithium-ion batteries, and is the highest performing lithium-air batter ever developed with a good lifespan to boot. Such batteries may enable electric vehicle to travel almost a 1,000 kilometers on a single charge:…





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Added by TINC on October 20, 2013 at 8:23pm — No Comments


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Graphene 2014 is raising great interest The Graphene Community meeting point in 2014

The Graphene Community meeting point in 2014

The largest European event on Graphene (Graphene conference series), Graphene 2014, is rapidly growing and raising great interest from the Graphene Community Worldwide.

 

Currently the event unveils 30 invited and keynote speakers from…

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Added by TINC on October 17, 2013 at 8:44pm — No Comments


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Durham Graphene Science to go public and raise $16 million, changes name to Applied Graphene Materials

UK's Durham Graphene Science announced plans to go public, and raise up to £10 million (about $16 million) on the UK's AIM stock exchange. The company is also changing its name to Applied Graphene Materials (AGM). They will use the fund to increase production capacity and accelerate commercial opportunities with partners.



If successful, AGM will be the world's first pure-graphene company to go public. This will be one interesting IPO to watch!…

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Added by TINC on October 15, 2013 at 9:20pm — No Comments


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Haydale updates on their graphene inks and GNPs, expects products based on graphene inks by early 2014

Haydale updates on their graphene inks and GNPs, expects products based on graphene inks by early 2014


http://www.graphene-info.com/haydale-updates-their-graphene-inks-and-gnps

Added by TINC on October 13, 2013 at 10:57am — No Comments


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Bluestone Global launches the world's first graphene transistor

Bluestone Global Tech announced a new groundbreaking product today, the world's first graphene based Field Effect Transistor. BGT's Grat-FET is a wafer with 9 differnet GFET chips (or FET arrays), each with 64 FETs. Grat-FET is aimed towards reserach and development work and not for commercial production:…



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