LifeSaver Water Technology

LifeSaver water is combining two independently developed technologies into one, to enhance the quality and availability of drinking water for those who need it the most. Using graphene to improve existing water filtration technology will achieve this....

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...

Is Graphene Safe for Humans

Is graphene safe? For example how graphene oxide affect the human lung, gastrointestinal tract or placental barrier…The majority of the studies evaluated were devoted to the question of how graphene-based materials interact with the human body. “Graphene...

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...

Sensing capability of Graphene

The sensing capability of graphene is quite stunning and is only now beginning to be leveraged in advanced micro-device designs for the future, particularly in life science applications. “Single atom thick sheet graphene, with its conductivity, strength and...

Engineering graphene structure

Engineering graphene structure at an atomic level will “allow for the precise engineering of the sensitivity during the material synthesis, thereby enabling industrial-scale production of carbon-based electrodes with reliable and reproducible sensitivity.”...