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2013-07-12 MEMS sensors sensitivity amplified by graphene
Graphene can increase the sensitivity of MEMS sensors by up to 100 times, according to researchers at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
2013-03-25 Memory prototype made up of mineral, graphene
EPFL researchers have developed a flash memory prototype that leverages the electronic capabilities of the mineral molybdenite and the conductivity of graphene.
2011-01-13 Light-modified graphene may be used to develop reliable sensors
A research paper shows that when graphene is coated with light-sensitive polymers, its electrical properties can be controlled precisely and consequently exploited. This finding is expected to aid in the development of graphene-based electronic devices.
2014-08-04 Light pulses key to graphene's electrical conductivity
By modulating graphene's electron concentration, the researchers found that they could effectively alter graphene's photoconductive properties from semiconductor-like to metal-like.
2013-01-30 Imaging graphene via scanning electron microscopy
Scanning electron microscopy is getting more popular for imaging graphene because it is a rapid, non-invasive and effective imaging technique complimentary to most other techniques.
2012-09-11 ICs grown on graphene, patented
Researchers from a Norwegian university have patented a technology which enables the growth and characterization of GaAs nanowires on graphene.
2008-12-23 IBM demos 'world's fastest' graphene transistor
IBM researchers announced that they have demonstrated the operation of graphene field-effect transistors at GHz frequencies and achieved the highest frequencies reported so far using this novel non-silicon electronic material.
2014-04-08 Hybrid graphene material promises to ease manufacturing
A technique developed at Rice University should make large, flexible, conductive and transparent sheets of graphene much easier to manipulate, which should be of interest to electronics manufacturers.
2014-01-02 Grow graphene for electronics the bio-inspired way
Researchers from Singapore came up with a one-step method to grow and transfer high-quality graphene on silicon that enables graphene to be applied in various photonics and electronics devices.
2015-02-23 Graphene-based material improves semiconductor performance
In addition to graphene's highly desirable electrical properties, flexibility and strength, combining it with other materials could extend its range even further, as experiments show.
2011-08-24 Graphene-based hybrid film touts transparency, flexibility
A recently developed graphene-based hybrid film from metal nanowires is seen as a probable replacement for ITO.
2014-12-19 Graphene wrapper improves lithium-sulphur battery
Aiming to address battery performance issues, researchers have designed a multi-functional sulphur cathode that combines an energy storage unit and ion/electron transfer networks.
2011-09-26 Graphene succeeds CMOS tech
James D. Meindl of Georgia Institute of Technology believes that graphene is the leading candidate to replace CMOS semiconductor technology.
2013-06-05 Graphene still the strongest material even with defects
Columbia Engineering researchers demonstrated that graphene, even if stitched together from many small crystalline grains, is almost as strong as graphene in its perfect crystalline form.
2014-02-11 Graphene ribbons exhibit exceptional electrical conductivity
The graphene ribbons allow electrons to move freely without scattering and can transport electric current ballistically, that is, without encountering resistance within the material at room temperature.
2010-08-30 Graphene R&D pushes forward
U.S. researchers are creating tools for fabricating perfect graphene sheets, and they found that electron radiation prevents connections between monolayers.
2012-12-28 Graphene oxide and its apps revealed by AFM
Here's a discussion on interfacial chemistry as both an intrinsic nature of graphene oxide materials and a key driving force for directing their applications.
2010-07-29 Graphene outperforms silicon nitride in automated DNA sequencing
University of Pennsylvania researchers working on a system for automated DNA sequencing have demonstrated how carbon-based platforms can outperform silicon nitride systems.
2010-04-05 Graphene optical link achieves 6.1mA/W
IBM Research exhibited an optical link using a graphene photodetector fabricated on a silicon-on-insulator (SOI) substrate that achieves 6.1mA/W at 1.55µm.
2014-02-04 Graphene market to reach $141M in 2024, says analyst
Graphene's high electrical and thermal conductivities, mechanical strength and flexibility allows it to be used in electronics applications such as ultrafast transistors, touch screens and photodetectors.
2012-12-05 Graphene market to rake in $100M by 2018
IDTechEx forecasts that the graphene industry is set to reach the $100 million mark by 2018 with the R&D sector as its main market driver.
2013-01-22 Graphene market set for an explosive growth in 2020
According to Lux Research, the Graphene market is projected to grow to a $126 million market in 2020, from its $9 million base in 2012.
2010-03-12 Graphene makes cheaper, thinner OLEDs
Standford University researchers claim that graphene could provide a cheaper, thinner, faster alternative to rare and expensive indium tin oxide (ITO) used for the transparent electrodes on OLEDs.
2013-07-09 Graphene layer cools processor hotspots
A layer of graphene can reduce the working temperature in hotspots inside a processor by up to 25 per cent, which can significantly extend the life cycle of electronic devices such as PCs.
2010-04-01 Graphene key to hydrogen storage issues
Stacked sheets of graphene may be a promising material for capturing and storing hydrogen for future fuel-cell systems, according to recent research at NIST and the University of Pennsylvania.
2011-12-05 Graphene ink-jet printing targets flexible electronics
Researchers from the University of Cambridge used the N-methylpyrrolidone as a low-cost way to print thin-film transistors for transparent electronics.
2013-11-06 Graphene holds potential to yield terahertz lasers
Despite its lack of a bandgap, Max Planck researchers were able to demonstrate population inversion in graphene at terahertz frequencies after exciting it with an infrared laser.
2011-08-01 Graphene film process enables thin, transparent speakers
Jyongsik Jang has developed and new way of making controlled graphene films and in the process was able to use the material to create a thin, transparent loudspeaker.
2011-09-21 Graphene enables 2GHz doubler IC
IBM has developed a CMOS-compatible manufacturing process technology that integrates graphene transistors on silicon wafers.
2014-09-08 Graphene detector sees invisible THz waves
The detector claims to be as sensitive as, and a million times faster than any existing room temperature detector in the terahertz range as a result of using special properties of graphene.
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