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Engineers Use Graphene to Create New Revolutionary Photodetector 

For quite some time now, graphene has been one of the most versatile materials known to man. It’s used in solar cells, drug delivery,...

Scientists Uncover Graphene Superlattices

The first new type of quantum oscillation seen in 30 years has been reported recently thanks to researchers led by the University of Manchester....

Next Generation Fuel Cells Could Soon Be Here Thanks to Graphene and Nanocrystals

A new study carried out at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory "Berkeley Lab" could revolutionize the next generation of nanocrystal fuel...

Is Graphene the Key to Making Low-Cost Disease Diagnostic Systems?

Biomarker molecules are indicative of disease states and physicists at the University of Pennsylvania have just created a new graphene-based sensor that may soon...

MIT Physicists Turn Graphene into Powerful Superconductor

Graphene has already received a lot of attention since scientists first discovered the wonder material, and now it's just been given another boost as...

Graphene Supercapacitors Offer 5 Second Iphone, 30 Second MacBook Charging

Graphene is becoming a material that is more widely known and used in various industries across the world, but one of the main breakthroughs...

Researchers Continue to Use Graphene to Improve Medical Technology

Ever since researchers made a breakthrough with graphene back in 2014, it has been the center of many different research projects and is probably...
Researchers Used Graphene for Converting Electricity Into Light

Researchers Used Graphene for Converting Electricity Into Light

Converting electricity into the light is not a new concept, and was first noted back in the 1930's by the Soviet physicist, Pavel Cerenkov. ...
Carbyne Will Replace Graphene as the Strongest Substance

Carbyne Will Replace Graphene as the Strongest Substance

Carbyne is being tipped to replace graphene as the strongest substance that has been invented. The University of Vienna has a team who has...

Is Nanofluidic Computing the Next Big Thing in the World of Technology?

Quite possibly, if researchers over at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have anything to do with it. By simulating the trapping...