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GMG And BOSCH sign collaboration agreement for graphene aluminium-ion battery manufacturing plant

GMG And BOSCH sign collaboration agreement for graphene aluminium-ion battery manufacturing plant

Graphene Manufacturing Group (GMG) has announced that it has signed a non-binding Letter of Intent, with the aim to agree on the terms of binding agreements, with Robert Bosch Australia (“BOSCH”). The idea is for BOSCH to design and deliver a Graphene Aluminium Ion Battery (“G+AI Battery”) manufacturing plant. Robert Bosch Australia is a subsidiary… Read More »GMG And BOSCH sign collaboration agreement for graphene aluminium-ion battery manufacturing plant
Graphenea certified for medical device components

Graphenea certified for medical device components

This is a sponsored post by Graphenea Graphenea has obtained ISO 13485 certification for manufacturing medical device components. The certification relates to the GFET product line and the Graphene Foundry service. The ISO standard is an important certification needed for the commercialization of medical applications of graphene, in particular non-implantable biosensors. Graphenea obtained certification for… Read More »Graphenea certified for medical device components
Controlling light with a material three atoms thick

Controlling light with a material three atoms thick

Thin structures made of black phosphorus can tune the properties of light, with implications for science and technology. Read More | Graphene News — ScienceDaily More Graphene news Creating new opportunities from nanoscale materials STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films Manipulating atoms one at a time with an electron beam Shining a light on the… Read More »Controlling light with a material three atoms thick
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Electrical control over designer quantum materials

Electrical control over designer quantum materials

In the past few years, suitably engineered stacks of two-dimensional materials have emerged as a powerful platform for studying quantum correlations between electronic states. Physicists now demonstrate how key properties of such systems can be conveniently tuned by changing an applied electrical field. Read More | Graphene News — ScienceDaily More Graphene news STEK Automotive… Read More »Electrical control over designer quantum materials
Purdue team develops “topological circulators” based on a new phase of graphene

Purdue team develops “topological circulators” based on a new phase of graphene

Purdue researchers have developed a “topological circulator” that may improve how information is routed and processed on a chip, using a new phase of graphene. The team has shown that graphene’s viscous fluid supports unidirectional electromagnetic waves on the edge. These “edge waves” are linked to a new topological phase of matter and symbolize a… Read More »Purdue team develops “topological circulators” based on a new phase of graphene
Edgy light on graphene may bring new one-way information routers

Edgy light on graphene may bring new one-way information routers

Graphene has been the focus of intense research in both academic and industrial settings due to its unique electrical conduction properties. As the thinnest material known to man, graphene is essentially two-dimensional and has distinct electronic and photonic properties from conventional 3D materials. Researchers at Purdue University (Todd Van Mechelen, Wenbo Sun and Zubin Jacob)… Read More »Edgy light on graphene may bring new one-way information routers
Metalgrass offers a discounted yearly market reports package

Metalgrass offers a discounted yearly market reports package

Metalgrass (Graphene-Info) is now offering a new subscription service for enterprises that want access to our complete collection of market reports. For $3,500 per year, you will get an Enterprise License to all of our market reports. Metalgrass currently offers 12 market reports, plus 4 handbook guides, and all of these are included in the… Read More »Metalgrass offers a discounted yearly market reports package
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Princeton team gains better understanding of superconductivity in ‘magic angle’ graphene

Princeton team gains better understanding of superconductivity in ‘magic angle’ graphene

Princeton researchers have dissipated some of the mystery around ‘magic angle’ graphene’s superconductivity by showing an uncanny resemblance between it and the superconductivity of high temperature superconductors. Magic graphene may hold the key to unlocking new mechanisms of superconductivity, including high temperature superconductivity. Ali Yazdani, Professor of Physics and Director of the Center for Complex… Read More »Princeton team gains better understanding of superconductivity in ‘magic angle’ graphene
General Graphene launched its new high-capacity CVD graphene roll-to-roll production line

General Graphene launched its new high-capacity CVD graphene roll-to-roll production line

US-based CVD graphene developer General Graphene Corporation (GGC) has launched its new Gen3.0 CVD graphene production line. This 20-meters long roll-to-roll based system can produce single- and multi-layer graphene materials on copper films up to 400 mm wide. GGC says that with the new line, its manufacturing capacity exceeds 100,000 m2/year. The company is now… Read More »General Graphene launched its new high-capacity CVD graphene roll-to-roll production line
Quantum material to boost terahertz frequencies

Quantum material to boost terahertz frequencies

They are regarded as one of the most interesting materials for future electronics: Topological insulators conduct electricity in a special way and hold the promise of novel circuits and faster mobile communications. A research team has now unraveled a fundamental property of this new class of materials: How exactly do the electrons in the material… Read More »Quantum material to boost terahertz frequencies
Unmasking the magic of superconductivity in twisted graphene

Unmasking the magic of superconductivity in twisted graphene

Researchers report an uncanny resemblance between the superconductivity of magic graphene and that of high temperature superconductors. Magic graphene may hold the key to unlocking new mechanisms of superconductivity, including high temperature superconductivity. Read More | Graphene News — ScienceDaily More Graphene news “Magic-angle” trilayer graphene may be a rare, magnet-proof superconductor Physicists create tunable… Read More »Unmasking the magic of superconductivity in twisted graphene
Unmasking the magic of superconductivity in twisted graphene

Unmasking the magic of superconductivity in twisted graphene

The discovery in 2018 of superconductivity in two single-atom-thick layers of graphene stacked at a precise angle of 1.1 degrees (called ‘magic’-angle twisted bilayer graphene) came as a big surprise to the scientific community. Since the discovery, physicists have asked whether magic graphene’s superconductivity can be understood using existing theory, or whether fundamentally new approaches… Read More »Unmasking the magic of superconductivity in twisted graphene