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Graphmatech and Steelhead Composites to develop graphene-enhanced hydrogen storage tanks

Graphmatech and Steelhead Composites to develop graphene-enhanced hydrogen storage tanks

Graphmatech and Steelhead Composites have announced a collaboration on the development and production of a new high performance type IV pressure vessel liner. Expected improvements include reduced hydrogen leakage and increased resistance to extreme thermal and pressure conditions. The partnership will combine Steelhead Composites’ leading pressure vessel technology, services, and market position with Graphmatech’s graphene-polymer composites… Read More »Graphmatech and Steelhead Composites to develop graphene-enhanced hydrogen storage tanks
Recent progress in 2D van der Waals heterostructures: Fabrication, properties, and applications

Recent progress in 2D van der Waals heterostructures: Fabrication, properties, and applications

Two-dimensional van der Waals heterostructures (2D vdW HSs) can be constructed by stacking different 2D materials together in nearly endless ways, and have significantly enriched the 2D materials family. They have attracted significant attention due to their exotic physical properties and intriguing device performance, often beyond those found in their constituent 2D materials. Read More… Read More »Recent progress in 2D van der Waals heterostructures: Fabrication, properties, and applications
Researchers realize zero-bias operation of a graphene photodetector

Researchers realize zero-bias operation of a graphene photodetector

NTT Corporation and the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) have jointly reported the realization of what they define as “the world’s fastest zero-bias operation (220 GHz) of a graphene photodetector (PD)”. The research conducted by NTT and NIMS has also, according to the statement, clarified the optical-to-electrical (O-E) conversion process in graphene for the… Read More »Researchers realize zero-bias operation of a graphene photodetector
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Haydale and Atomi collaborate on graphene-enhanced ‘smart’ concrete

Haydale and Atomi collaborate on graphene-enhanced ‘smart’ concrete

Haydale and Atomi have announced they will be working together on a project aimed at developing high-performance, intelligent concrete. Using graphene and adding sensor technology, the next generation of strengthened concrete reportedly has the potential to reduce CO2 emissions by more than 30% while offering performance indicators during its lifetime thanks to intelligent sensors capable… Read More »Haydale and Atomi collaborate on graphene-enhanced ‘smart’ concrete
A new version of our Graphene Investment Guide released

A new version of our Graphene Investment Guide released

Today we published a new edition of our Graphene Investment Guide, with all the latest information, including new companies that are now trading, and financial updates and news from all public graphene companies. In the last few months share price of almost all graphene companies dropped – as the financial markets faced a global decline.… Read More »A new version of our Graphene Investment Guide released
Versarien collaborates with BiaBrazil on launch of graphene-enhanced activewear

Versarien collaborates with BiaBrazil on launch of graphene-enhanced activewear

Versarien recently entered a commercial agreement with BiaBrazil, a Brazilian sports and activewear manufacturer, for the integration of Versarien’s Graphene-Wear technology into a new range of women and men’s activewear garments. This agreement follows a 16-month phase of work between the two companies. Versarien, in a statement, said it will make further announcements regarding launch dates… Read More »Versarien collaborates with BiaBrazil on launch of graphene-enhanced activewear
Zentek updates on testing of icephobic coating technology

Zentek updates on testing of icephobic coating technology

Zentek recently announced the successful completion of sand erosion testing at the National Research Council (“NRC”) in Ottawa and rain erosion testing at the Anti-icing Materials International Laboratory (“AMIL”) in Quebec on Zentek’s patent-pending Icephobic Coatings. These results were said to demonstrate that the company’s icephobic technology is durable in adverse conditions for both wind… Read More »Zentek updates on testing of icephobic coating technology
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Researchers design graphene-based TPU/textile composite sensor that is flexible, durable, UV resistant, and electrically conductive

Researchers design graphene-based TPU/textile composite sensor that is flexible, durable, UV resistant, and electrically conductive

Researchers from the UK’s Imperial College London have developed graphene-based flexible clothing sensors that can detect body movement, with potential applications in injury rehabilitation, human-computer interaction systems, and athletic training.  Image The researchers produced a new type of graphene-based TPU/textile composite sensor using small-scale manufacturing techniques such as laser cutting, film coating, and thermal transfer.  … Read More »Researchers design graphene-based TPU/textile composite sensor that is flexible, durable, UV resistant, and electrically conductive
Upgrading your computer to quantum

Upgrading your computer to quantum

Researchers have demonstrated how a nanoscale layer of superconducting niobium nitride (NbNx) can be grown directly onto aluminum nitride (AIN). The arrangement of atoms, nitrogen content, and electrical conductivity were found to depend on growth conditions, particularly temperature, and the spacing of atoms in the two materials was sufficiently compatible to produce flat layers. The… Read More »Upgrading your computer to quantum
MCR Safety launches graphene-enhanced work gloves

MCR Safety launches graphene-enhanced work gloves

Personal protection equipment maker, MCR Safety, recently introduced CT1071, a new Cut Level ‘E’ safety glove made with graphene fibers. It offers a choice of different coatings designed for different tasks and working environments. CT1071 has a 15-gauge shell specifically designed to take advantage of the ultra-lightweight nature of the new fibers. It’s a Cut Level ‘E’… Read More »MCR Safety launches graphene-enhanced work gloves
Carbon clusters on substrate surface for graphene growth- theoretical and experimental approach

Carbon clusters on substrate surface for graphene growth- theoretical and experimental approach

Read More | Synthesis of graphene : nature.com subject feeds More Graphene news STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films Graphene assists in creating new “smart-window-like” technology Molecular dynamics simulation of graphene sinking during chemical vapor deposition growth on semi-molten Cu substrate New strategy uses graphene quantum dots to boost catalysts Graphmatech uses its graphene technology… Read More »Carbon clusters on substrate surface for graphene growth- theoretical and experimental approach
Martinrea wins automotive industry award for graphene-enhanced brake lines

Martinrea wins automotive industry award for graphene-enhanced brake lines

Martinrea International, a global automotive supplier of value-added lightweight structures and propulsion systems (that has a collaboration with NanoXplore), was named a 2022 Automotive News PACE Award winner at the awards ceremony on September 19.  Martinrea was recognized for its brake lines with GrapheneGuard, which is said to be the first use of graphene in an… Read More »Martinrea wins automotive industry award for graphene-enhanced brake lines