Scientists from Denmark have uncovered a new way to make nanoelectronics out of graphene.
An international team of scientists have successfully created a graphene-based terahertz detector.
Scientists from MIT have found a new way to harvest 2D materials quickly and effectively.
Scientists have devised a way to grow high-quality 2-D materials at scale for next-generation electronics.
Researchers at Cornell University have found yet another application for graphene: to make mechanical resonators that could be used in future telecommunications applications. T
GraphExeter —a material made from graphene—can be used to improve the effectiveness of large, flexible displays.
Researchers have taken a big step toward developing an implantable chip that can detect DNA mutations in real-time and transmit them wirelessly to a smartphone or computer. A team of bioengineers and the University of California, San Diego designed an electrical graphene chip that can detect a common mutation in DNA.
Graphene is an incredible material for many applications, but it is limited by the fact that it lacks a band gap. Scientists at the US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) have developed a new technique for nitrogen doping that gives graphene a stable, tunable band gap.