Solar Recharge using Graphene Supercapacitors

Solar recharge using Graphene supercapacitors to power enhanced wearables. This research is seen as a valuable step for exploring more fully how portable and wearable devices will be powered in the foreseeable future. “Four years ago, a thin, strong material...

Nanomed Revel Graphene Biosensors

Nanomed Revel graphene biosensors help to reduce the number of false positives and negatives in their primary screen according to a new early access screening programme just launched. “Fragment-based lead discovery (FBLD) involves biophysical screening of...

Graphene Lighting launches new plant

Graphene Lighting makes graphene LED light bulbs and lighting products. They are scaling up production at their plant in Shenzen, China. “Graphene Lighting is pleased to announce the commencing of its new wholly owned mass production facility. The manufacturing...

Nano-switches made out of graphene

Nano-switches made out of graphene could make our electronics even smaller. For the first time, physicists have built reliable, efficient graphene nanomachines that can be fabricated on silicon chips. They could lead to even greater miniaturization. “Chances are...

Magnetic graphene – conductor and insulator ?

Magnetic graphene (that can switch between conductor and insulator) may represent a novel way to create 2-dimensional materials. It could also be used in the development of next-generation electronics and memory storage devices. “Magnetism from the arrangement...

Detecting Lung Cancer with Graphene

Detecting lung cancer by using graphene as a biosensor could be possible. The device displays potential to identify specific lung cancer markers at (the) earliest stage possible in a convenient and reusable manner, making it cost effective and highly beneficial...