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Reduced graphene oxide enables stretchable strain sensor for monitoring of physical activities

Reduced graphene oxide enables stretchable strain sensor for monitoring of physical activities

A new work by scientists at India’s National Institute of Technology Rourkela describes the fabrication of extremely flexible, accurate, and robust strain sensors employing electrochemically produced reduced graphene oxide (rGO). Conventional silicon-based strain sensors have relatively low flexibility of less than 5% and inadequate responsiveness, making them unsuitable for detecting both small and large strains.… Read More »Reduced graphene oxide enables stretchable strain sensor for monitoring of physical activities
Versarien’s graphene revenues grew 170% in the past year

Versarien’s graphene revenues grew 170% in the past year

Versarien announced its latest financial results. The company reports increased interest from global companies, with an increase in revenues and a drop in net loss. In the year that ended on March 2022, Versarien’s revenues grew to £7.6 million, up from £5.7 million a year ago. The group’s graphene revenues grew by 170% to £1.9… Read More »Versarien’s graphene revenues grew 170% in the past year
Skeleton Technologies announces agreement with ZPUE to provide supercapacitors to the Polish market

Skeleton Technologies announces agreement with ZPUE to provide supercapacitors to the Polish market

Skeleton Technologies and ZPUE, the largest manufacturer of electrical devices for electrical power distribution utilities in Poland, have entered into a commercial agreement to provide energy storage solutions to the Polish market. The two companies signed a Letter of Intent under which Skeleton should supply supercapacitors for rail wayside storage at 200 MW per year… Read More »Skeleton Technologies announces agreement with ZPUE to provide supercapacitors to the Polish market
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HydroGraph announces plans for commercial scale production

HydroGraph announces plans for commercial scale production

HydroGraph Clean Power has announced that it is targeting Q3 2022 for commercial scale production at its Manhattan, KS manufacturing plant. To do this, the Company will be leveraging manufacturing technology developed at Kansas State University and kicking off a five-year plant expansion and job creation plan for the Manhattan region. HydroGraph technology manufactures graphene… Read More »HydroGraph announces plans for commercial scale production
Graphene assists in taking a step toward ultrafast computers

Graphene assists in taking a step toward ultrafast computers

Researchers at the University of Rochester and the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) have demonstrated a logic gate—the building block of computation and information processing—that operates at femtosecond timescales. The feat was accomplished by harnessing and controlling the real and virtual charge carriers that compose these ultrafast bursts of electricity. The researchers have opened the door to… Read More »Graphene assists in taking a step toward ultrafast computers
Detecting viruses in a pinprick

Detecting viruses in a pinprick

Scientists at Swansea University, Biovici Ltd and the National Physical Laboratory have developed a method to detect viruses in very small volumes. Read More | Phys.org news tagged with:graphene Bio & Medicine More Graphene news Researchers develop a graphene platform for extra sensitive detection of viral proteins STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films Graphene assists… Read More »Detecting viruses in a pinprick
Researchers develop a graphene platform for extra sensitive detection of viral proteins

Researchers develop a graphene platform for extra sensitive detection of viral proteins

Scientists at Swansea University, Biovici Ltd and the National Physical Laboratory have developed a graphene-based method to detect viruses in very small volumes. Graphene device chip attached to an electrical connector, with two 5 μL HCVcAg samples (one applied on each graphene resistor). Image credit: Swansea U The work followed a successful Innovate UK project… Read More »Researchers develop a graphene platform for extra sensitive detection of viral proteins
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Q36.5 launches graphene-enhanced cycling clothes

Q36.5 launches graphene-enhanced cycling clothes

Q36.5, producer of advanced cycling clothing, has launched a line of bike shirts made of yarn that integrates graphene in the fabric (rather than using the material as a treatment). The “Clima Jersey” line is said to be made from a polyester fabric infused with graphene, and takes advantage of graphene’s conductive and heat dissipation… Read More »Q36.5 launches graphene-enhanced cycling clothes
Researchers discover unique water-repellent graphene

Researchers discover unique water-repellent graphene

Researchers at the Harvey Mudd College in the U.S have made an unexpected discovery that holds exciting potential for creating robust water-repellent coatings using gas-phase-synthesized graphene (GSG) and other nanomaterials. Last summer, the researchers were working on two projects: A National Science Foundation-funded project characterizing nanocomposites and a project supported by the College’s Rasmussen Summer… Read More »Researchers discover unique water-repellent graphene
Versarien’s tech to be used in new Umbro training kit

Versarien’s tech to be used in new Umbro training kit

Versarien has announced that its Graphene-Wear technology will be incorporated in gear to be used by players from West Ham United, Werder Bremen and England’s rugby union squad next year, as part of a new project with Umbro. The technology will provide the players with “enhanced thermal transmittance, increased moisture management, with improved drying rate,… Read More »Versarien’s tech to be used in new Umbro training kit
Graphenea Foundry launches new GFET process

Graphenea Foundry launches new GFET process

This is a sponsored post by Graphenea Graphenea has announced that, following the release of its GFET S30, it has developed a High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) manufacturing process to create Field-Effect Transistor (FET) structures on graphene, or GFETs. This process is now available under the dedicated GFAB service, starting February 2022. HKMG structures triggered a… Read More »Graphenea Foundry launches new GFET process
Researchers develop simple approach for creating quantum materials

Researchers develop simple approach for creating quantum materials

University of Pennsylvania scientists have recently conducted a study that shows how patterned, periodic deformations of a single layer of graphene transforms it into a material with electronic properties previously seen in twisted graphene bilayers. This system also hosts additional unexpected and interesting conducting states at the boundary. Through a better understanding of how unique… Read More »Researchers develop simple approach for creating quantum materials