Wearable Graphene Sensors for Healthcare

Wearable graphene sensors to measure pulse rate and blood oxygen levels offer potential for health care providers. The sensors use quantum dots. “Graphene coated with nanoparticles has been used to make wearable light sensors that measure the human pulse and...

Biosensor Technology for Safe Stem Cell Therapies

Better biosensor technology may help lead to safe stem cell therapies for treating Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. The technology features a unique graphene and gold-based platform. “A Rutgers-led team has created better biosensor technology...

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 Chip for more Accurate Measurements

The development of a graphene chip has enabled significantly shorter traceability chains and more accurate measurements, with a more accurate and compact piece of equipment. “NPL, Chalmers University of Technology and Graphensic, have demonstrated the long-term...

New Quantum States When Graphene Meets Itself

Physicists discover entirely new quantum states when graphene meets itself. In other words, one graphene layer is good, but two are out of this world. “The super-thin ‘wonder material’ graphene has been shaking up science for years with its amazing...

Magnetism and Quantum Computing

Magnetism, called orbital ferromagnetism, could prove useful for certain applications, such as quantum computing say Stanford researchers. “Sometimes the best discoveries happen when scientists least expect it. While trying to replicate another team’s...