Looking forward to Graphene Turns 15

Event to take place at the Royal Society, London on October 17

News from Graphene Week 2019

Over 700 are expected to attend the Helsinki event

Unlocking thousands of new materials

Twisting and layering two-dimensional nanomaterials

Graphene hybrid improves PV efficiency

Perovskite solar cells benefit from increased stability

What Are The Heat Characteristics Of Graphite?

MIT researchers observe ‘second sound’ in sample

Graphene Chips Produced At Commerical Scale

New manufacturing method could bear fruit within months

Is graphene the future of water filtration?

The National Graphene Institute aims to find out

Graphene-based wearables for health monitoring

Other applications include food inspection and night vision

Graphene nanotubes use increases

A range of industries including mining are benefitting

Graphene Put To Use In Running Shoes

Runners to benefit from the world’s first two-dimensional material

Graphene turns whisky clear

It's all good fun, but with serious implications for the chemical and pharmaceutical industries

The testing tribulations of graphene

The market for graphene may still be in its infancy, but the material is already being hailed as one of the most disruptive technologies of our time. John Cove discusses the impact this technology will have on product design and manufacturing

Graphene reinforced carbon fibre prepreg products

Primary drivers in the development of the structural component prepreg were to increase the impact resistance and compression

Graphene used in new heating system

Commercial heating system utllises new wonder material

Graphene project

New production techniques will deliver industrial scale quantities of graphene-reinforced thermosetting polymers.

Electrically conductive graphene enhanced composites for aerospace

Haydale Composite Solutions Ltd has entered into a collaborative 18 month research project awarded and managed by the National Aerospace Technology Exploitation Programme

Developing component scale composites using nanocarbons

The phenomenal properties reported for nanocarbons such as carbon nanotubes and graphene’s have generated much interest for their use in composite materials

A cost-effective solution to tuned graphene production

More precise control over the amount and nature of defects could bring about new applications of graphene in drug delivery or electronics

Liberating graphene and graphite

Industrial scale production of functionalised graphitic carbon nanomaterials





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