Blog

Wearable Graphene Sensors for Healthcare

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 blood...

read more
Graphene Commercialisation Milestones for G3

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...

read more
Graphene as a Solid Liquid Interface

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 phenomena,...

read more
Graphene Water Filtration & Recycling System

Graphene Water Filtration & Recycling System

A new graphene water filtration and recycling system has been developed which uses graphene oxide with a cheaper material to create a recyclable membrane. "Concern that the U.S. military could run out of water while washing tanks and trucks exposed to chemical and...

read more
Graphene Composites for Planes and Cars

Graphene Composites for Planes and Cars

Graphene composites which include fibre, polymer matrix and graphene layers all work together to distribute mechanical stress, resulting in a material with improved strength and other beneficial properties. This makes them ideal for use in the transport industry....

read more
Smog eating Graphene Composite Reduces Pollution

Smog eating Graphene Composite Reduces Pollution

A smog eating graphene photocatalyst has been developed that could help reduce atmospheric pollution. It works by degrading Nitrogen Oxides. "Graphene Flagship partners the University of Bologna, Politecnico di Milano, CNR, NEST, Italcementi HeidelbergCement Group,...

read more
Making Methanol Just got Easier

Making Methanol Just got Easier

Making methanol just got a lot easier, now that chemists at Yale have opened up a new electron highway. They use graphene as a catalyst. "The discovery, published online Nov. 27 in the journal Nature, finds a novel solution for two chemical tasks: producing methanol—a...

read more
Graphene Containing Tires Test Results

Graphene Containing Tires Test Results

Graphene-containing tires exhibit good performance during an 18 month development and testing programme in the UK. They showed improvements in wear resistance, rolling resistance, fuel economy and braking performance. "Gratomic has announced a breakthrough technology...

read more
Graphene based Disc Brake Rotors for Cyclists

Graphene based Disc Brake Rotors for Cyclists

Disc brake rotors that are graphene based would dissipate heat more readily as well as being lighter and stronger. Product is in prototype stage now. "Dassi Bikes is to launch a graphene disc brake rotor into the market as of Q1 2020, the founder Stuart Abbott has...

read more
Spread the graphene