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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...

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Graphene Enhanced asphalt in UK Trial

Graphene Enhanced asphalt in UK Trial

The ability of graphene enhanced asphalt to improve the quality and lifespan of road surfaces is being tested at a site in Curbridge, Oxfordshire. "With the approval of Oxfordshire County Council, Skanska is laying an asphalt concrete with a proprietary...

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Oil Spill Cleanups with Graphene

Oil Spill Cleanups with Graphene

Oil spill sorbent pads, made from graphene, that can absorb oil, petrochemicals, and other hydrocarbon-based liquids up to 86 times their weight have been developed by Mumbai startup - Log 9. "Log 9 Spill Containment has developed graphene-based oil sorbent pads that...

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Graphene-Based NO₂ Detectors

Graphene-Based NO₂ Detectors

Graphene-Based NO₂ Detectors could be Cheap and efficient. NO₂ sensors measure changes in graphene’s electrical resistance to record pollutant levels. Graphene Flagship partners at the National Physical Laboratory, UK, and Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden,...

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Graphene enhanced Charger

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 asserts...

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Twisted physics: Magic angle graphene

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 superconducting and...

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Graphene Sensing Patches

Graphene Sensing Patches

Graphene sensing patches which "can react to a slight change in wound parameters with high sensitivity" have been developed by Grapheal. "A company in France – Grapheal – developed graphene sensing patches app technology which measures and stores wound parameters,...

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Graphene Enhanced Primer Product in Stores

Graphene Enhanced Primer Product in Stores

A graphene enhanced primer product is now selling in Halfords which has over 465 retail stores. The Hycote Primer is an example of a commercial graphene product now in the marketplace. “The Hycote primer is also available on Amazon and Tetrosyl Express, the UK’s...

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Graphene Enhanced 3D Printing

Graphene Enhanced 3D Printing

Graphene enhanced 3D printing filament will transform products allowing a greater variety of parts to be created at at faster production rates using less energy.    XG Sciences, Inc. a market leader in the design and manufacture of graphene nanoplatelets and...

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Infrared Detector for Night Vision

Infrared Detector for Night Vision

The trick in developing the new highly sensitive, but uncooled infrared detector was engineering the two-dimensional nanomaterial graphene into a material that can carry an electric current. The device is not commercially available but could one day be integrated into...

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Graphene Detector for 3D Imaging of the Universe

Graphene Detector for 3D Imaging of the Universe

A graphene detector in future telescopes could greatly supercharge their abilities to reveal more of the hidden universe. This has potential for astronomy. "Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have discovered that along with its many other...

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