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More surprises in graphene land

(Nanowerk News) When Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov were preparing their first report on graphene back in 2004 [1], few would have imagined the impact that their paper would have today. Indeed, the story of graphene is remarkable for many ... Nanowerk, 3 weeks ago
Graphene industry gathers pace in China China Daily Asia, 1 month ago
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Armenia scientist patents cost effective and ecologic method of getting material of future

YEREVAN. - Armenian physicist Gagik Shmavonyan, Doctor of Engineering Science, has developed and patented a new technology of getting grapheme and other two-dimensional atomic materials. The scientist told Armenian News NEWS.am that the new ...
 News.am2 weeks ago
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Graphene Plasmons Sniff Out Explosives

Design of the spaser with the graphene layer shown as a honeycomb lattice above the dielectric layer (blue). The spaser is optically pumped through the active (gain) medium shown in orange. Physicists from the Moscow Institute of Physics and ...
 A2C21 month ago Nobel Laureates develop Spaser device for sniffing out explosives  Tech2 firstpost.com1 month ago Novel sniffer device to detect explosives in a jiffy  Yahoo! India1 month ago 'Sniffer plasmons' could detect explosives  EurekAlert!1 month ago
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SurFlow: Data at 6Gbps across your table, walls or the wings of a spaceship

Networking & Communications Posted by on August 17 2016 Few people get worked up about network technology, the plumbing of IT, let's accept that. So few will care that a new invention SurFlow , unveiled last month by TWI , uses ...
 IDG Connect1 month ago

Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond at Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry

Could a carbon revolution be about to happen? The first major exhibition on the magical material strongly suggests the future is grapheneIf a reverse Kryptonite exists, it might be graphene. Super-conductive, ultra-thin and incredibly strong, this ...
 Culture241 month ago New exhibition opens at the Museum of Science and Industry  School Travel Organiser1 month ago

2016 Printing for Fabrication Conference to Address Advancements in Print-based Fabrication, Functional Materials, and Applications

The conference--the most comprehensive conference serving the inkjet printing and digital fabrication industry--moves overseas this year to the University of Manchester in the UK. Attendees include a global community of academics, researchers, ...
 BioSpace1 month ago
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Could graphene solve world water shortages? A new exhibition examines the evidence

Among Manchester's proudest scientific developments has to be graphene it's very own homegrown wonder material first isolated by scientists at the University of Manchester back in 2004. A material made from a single atom layer of carbon that is ...
 DirectorsTalk1 month ago GRAPHENE NANOCHEM : Manchester warns funding for 'wonder material' graphene at risk after Brexit  4 Traders2 months ago
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Bringing 2D materials to market

The National Graphene Institute (NGI) in Manchester, UK, is stepping up its efforts to develop commercial applications for 2D materials beyond its namesake. Speciality chemical manufacturer Thomas Swan will supply the NGI with 2D materials on large ...
 RSC1 month ago
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