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Graphene is a flat monolayer of carbon atoms tightly packed into a two-dimensional (2D) honeycomb lattice, and is a basic building block for graphitic materials of all other dimensionalities. It can be wrapped up into 0D fullerenes, rolled into 1D nanotubes or stacked into 3D graphite.

July 31st, 2014
This 1D Graphene Switches From Conductor To Insulator When It Stretches - Gizmodo Australia

IEEE Spectrum

This 1D Graphene Switches From Conductor To Insulator When It Stretches
Gizmodo Australia
You've heard all about the wonder properties of graphene, so come meet its one dimensional cousin, carbyne. A chain of single carbon atoms to graphene's two-dimensional layer of atoms, carbyne has some pretty amazing properties of its own. By one ...
Carbyne's List of Amazing Properties GrowsIEEE Spectrum

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July 29th, 2014
NanoCarbon strikes graphene patent deal with Wollongong University - The Australian

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NanoCarbon strikes graphene patent deal with Wollongong University
The Australian
Working together with the university's Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF), NanoCarbon plans to build its own graphene production plant in Sydney next year and is already negotiating supply deals with savvy manufacturers across the globe ...
NanoCarbon agreement with university will revolutionise graphene industrial ...Industrial Minerals (registration)
UOW joins the great graphene development raceFerret

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July 31st, 2014
Tech It Out: Head Graphene Extreme Pro - ESPN (blog)

Tech It Out: Head Graphene Extreme Pro
ESPN (blog)
For years, I've admittedly been a little stubborn when it comes to tennis gear. I like what I like. And that's just how it goes. With tennis rackets in particular, I gravitated toward thin-beamed, knife-like frames because, well, they looked like they ...


July 28th, 2014
A small UK company with big graphene dreams - Marketplace.org

A small UK company with big graphene dreams
Marketplace.org
It's not often that anyone speaks highly of carbon, given the part that element plays in climate change. But a growing number of companies are eagerly promoting carbon in one specific form: It's called graphene, and it is said to be the strongest ...


July 27th, 2014
Graphene surfaces on photonic racetracks - University of Manchester

University of Manchester

Graphene surfaces on photonic racetracks
University of Manchester
In this work led by University of Manchester scientists Dr Aravind Vijayaraghavan and Dr Iain Crowe in collaboration with scientists from University of Southampton, graphene coatings have been applied to what are known as 'racetrack resonators' ...

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July 30th, 2014
UOW in race to get super material graphene to market - Illawarra Mercury

UOW in race to get super material graphene to market
Illawarra Mercury
Research into the super material graphene has entered a new phase at the University of Wollongong, following a $25 million funding injection and a new patenting agreement. Graphene - thin sheets of carbon extracted from graphite - is stronger than ...


July 28th, 2014
Penn physicists probe atomic structure of graphene, computing's next silicon - Newsworks.org

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Penn physicists probe atomic structure of graphene, computing's next silicon
Newsworks.org
For the first time, scientists at the University of Pennsylvania have been able to measure the performance of graphene while visualizing its atomic structure. The material is deceptively simple; it's composed entirely of a single element, carbon. But ...

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July 31st, 2014
Graphene: Biomedical Research and Applications - AZoNano.com

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Graphene: Biomedical Research and Applications
AZoNano.com
CVD graphene from University Wafer is a great substrate to use for a wide variety of biotech research. Graphene has several unique properties including: DNA absorption, its function as a super quencher and its protection from enzyme cleavage which make ...


July 2nd, 2014
Researchers may have solved graphene's production problems - ExtremeTech

ExtremeTech

Researchers may have solved graphene's production problems
ExtremeTech
When graphene burst onto the scene several years ago, scientists and tech enthusiasts both hailed it as the breakthrough in material engineering that would drive the next generation of semiconductor technology. The truth has been more complicated ...
Making dreams come true: Making graphene from plastic?Science Codex

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July 29th, 2014
'Wonder' graphene may be used to make printable cameras say Cambridge ... - Cambridge News

'Wonder' graphene may be used to make printable cameras say Cambridge ...
Cambridge News
Engineers in Cambridge are working on creating tiny, flexible 'cameras' – that can be turned out on a printer at home. The devices, made of the wonder material graphene, could also be integrated into clothing – a further boost for the 'wearable ...

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