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Premiere for superconducting diode without external magnetic field

Premiere for superconducting diode without external magnetic field

Superconductors are the key to lossless current flow. However, the realization of superconducting diodes has only recently become an important topic of fundamental research. An international research team of theoretical physicists has now succeeded in reaching a milestone: the realization of a superconducting diode effect without an external magnetic field, thus proving the assumption that… Read More »Premiere for superconducting diode without external magnetic field
A superconducting diode without an external magnetic field

A superconducting diode without an external magnetic field

Superconductors are the key to lossless current flow. However, the realization of superconducting diodes has only recently become an important topic of fundamental research. An international research team involving the theoretical physicist Mathias Scheurer from the University of Innsbruck have now succeeded in reaching a milestone: the realization of a superconducting diode effect without an… Read More »A superconducting diode without an external magnetic field
Graphene as ‘the philosopher’s stone’: Turning waste into gold

Graphene as ‘the philosopher’s stone’: Turning waste into gold

Throughout history, alchemists believed in the existence of the philosopher’s stone: a substance that could turn cheap substances into precious gold. Now scientists from The University of Manchester, Tsinghua University in China and the Chinese Academy of Sciences have shown that graphene can be a kind of philosopher’s stone, allowing gold extraction from waste containing… Read More »Graphene as ‘the philosopher’s stone’: Turning waste into gold
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Researchers detect unexpected quantum effects in natural double-layer graphene

Researchers detect unexpected quantum effects in natural double-layer graphene

An international research team that included scientists from the University of Göttingen, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, National Institute for Materials Science in Tsukuba, Japan, and University of Texas at Dallas, has detected and interpreted novel quantum effects in high-precision studies of natural double-layer graphene. This research provides new insights into the interaction of the charge carriers and… Read More »Researchers detect unexpected quantum effects in natural double-layer graphene
2D array of electron and nuclear spin qubits opens new frontier in quantum science

2D array of electron and nuclear spin qubits opens new frontier in quantum science

By using photons and electron spin qubits to control nuclear spins in a two-dimensional material, researchers have opened a new frontier in quantum science and technology, enabling applications like atomic-scale nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, and to read and write quantum information with nuclear spins in 2D materials. Read More | Graphene News — ScienceDaily More… Read More »2D array of electron and nuclear spin qubits opens new frontier in quantum science
Unexpected quantum effects in natural double-layer graphene

Unexpected quantum effects in natural double-layer graphene

An international research team has detected novel quantum effects in high-precision studies of natural double-layer graphene. This research provides new insights into the interaction of the charge carriers and the different phases, and contributes to the understanding of the processes involved. Read More | Graphene News — ScienceDaily More Graphene news Unexpected quantum effects in… Read More »Unexpected quantum effects in natural double-layer graphene
Unexpected quantum effects in natural double-layer graphene

Unexpected quantum effects in natural double-layer graphene

An international research team led by the University of Göttingen has detected novel quantum effects in high-precision studies of natural double-layer graphene and has interpreted them together with the University of Texas at Dallas using their theoretical work. This research provides new insights into the interaction of the charge carriers and the different phases, and… Read More »Unexpected quantum effects in natural double-layer graphene
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Researchers develop graphene-based synaptic transistors for neuromorphic computing

Researchers develop graphene-based synaptic transistors for neuromorphic computing

Researchers from The University of Texas at Austin and Sandia National Laboratories have developed graphene-based synaptic transistors for brain-like computers. These transistors are similar to synapses in the brain, that connect neurons to each other. “Computers that think like brains can do so much more than today’s devices,” said Jean Anne Incorvia, an assistant professor… Read More »Researchers develop graphene-based synaptic transistors for neuromorphic computing
The ChemQuest Technology Institute enters agreement with Universal Matter

The ChemQuest Technology Institute enters agreement with Universal Matter

The ChemQuest Technology Institute recently entered a three-year collaborative agreement with Universal Matter, to push forward its graphene technology based on sustainable feedstocks. ChemQuest will explore the benefits of the technology in applications for paints and coatings and identify the most valuable markets and opportunities for growth. Read More | Graphene-Info Graphene applications, Graphene coating… Read More »The ChemQuest Technology Institute enters agreement with Universal Matter
Dell patents design for graphene-enhanced wireless charging clip for laptops

Dell patents design for graphene-enhanced wireless charging clip for laptops

Electronics and computer giant Dell has patented the design of a graphene-enhanced detachable clip for laptop computers, meant for wireless charging. The clip uses a printed graphene charging coil built with a ferrite sheet as well as magnetic elements to hold the clip in place. This reportedly avoids increasing the size and thickness of the… Read More »Dell patents design for graphene-enhanced wireless charging clip for laptops
New market report: Graphene-enhanced Construction Materials

New market report: Graphene-enhanced Construction Materials

Graphene-Info is proud to announce a new market report, focused on the Graphene Construction Materials Market, a comprehensive guide to the world of graphene-enhanced construction materials. Graphene can benefit the construction industry in many ways, like enhancing the performance of materials, reducing costs, reducing carbon emissions and more. All these should prove vital to the… Read More »New market report: Graphene-enhanced Construction Materials
Levidian and United Utilities secure BEIS funding for biogas to hydrogen project

Levidian and United Utilities secure BEIS funding for biogas to hydrogen project

Levidian and United Utilities recently secured funding for the first phase of a biogas to hydrogen project. The UK Government’s department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has awarded £212,000 (over USD$256,000) funding through the Net Zero Innovation Portfolio (NZIP) for the first phase of a project which will utilize biogas from wastewater treatment… Read More »Levidian and United Utilities secure BEIS funding for biogas to hydrogen project