GRAPHENE 3D

New graphene biosensor

30.SEPTEMBER.2016

“Biosensors” are sensors that detect or quantify biomolecules, such as glucose, proteins, or DNA. Biosensing has numerous potential applications in health care, food processing, and environmental control.

new graphene led bulb

08.SEPTEMBER.2016

Researchers from China and Taiwan recently developed a new type of LED that is cheaper and more environmentally friendly than currently used LEDs. 

laser pulses printed graphene

08.SEPTEMBER.2016

Nanoengineers have found that using lasers can improve the electrical conductivity of graphene circuits without degrading the delicate material they’re printed on.

Graphene body implants

05.SEPTEMBER.2016

Researchers based in the US, Brazil and India have banded together to add another string to graphene’s bow, creating 3D structures which, in theory, could replace titanium-based bone implants in future.

PRINTED GRAPHENE WITH LASER

05.SEPTEMBER.2016

The researchers in Jonathan Claussen's lab at Iowa State University (who like to call themselves nanoengineers) have been looking for ways to use graphene and its amazing properties in their sensors and other technologies.

 

GRAPHENE 1D DRUG DELIVERY

21.MAY.2016

Carbon nanotubes, or tiny hollow cylinders of one-atom-thick carbon sheets, have incredible potential for a wide variety of applications due to their strength, flexibility, and other uniquely powerful properties.

 

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