Graphene Commercialisation Milestones for G3

Graphene commercialisation momentum is increasing at G3 who have recently signed two separate product agreements. Firstly a JDA to develop graphene enhanced materials for the electronics industry in Taiwan and secondly a LOI to sell 300 metric tons of silicon oxide...

Graphene as a Solid Liquid Interface

The Berkeley team explored the interaction of graphene as a solid liquid interface for water and a common battery electrolyte fluid. “How a liquid interacts with the surface of a solid is important in batteries and fuel cells, chemical production, corrosion...

Nanomagnets Made of Graphene

New nanomagnets made of graphene will lead to more sustainable information technologies. By identifying the process of electron spin dynamics in nanoparticles scientists have opened the door to developing better magnets that could improve devices used in IT, as well...

Graphene based Electrodes for Lighter Batteries

Graphene based electrodes are enabling the development of batteries and supercapacitors with the same sort of mechanical properties as structural body panels. This will (one day) lead to lighter electric vehicles and aircraft. “The rise in popularity of electric...

Graphene enhanced Charger

A new graphene enhanced power charger / fast charger that uses a graphene skin for cables that allows them to be lighter, stronger, more flexible, and dissipate heat better. “Aukey has unveiled its new Omni-Power range of accessories for device charging. It...

Twisted physics: Magic angle graphene

Twisted physics is what happens when two layers graphene are tilted at the magic angle. “Last year, scientists demonstrated that twisted bilayer graphene—a material made of two atom-thin sheets of carbon with a slight twist—can exhibit alternating...