Ultrathin Graphene improves night-vision for smartphone cameras or windshields.
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Graphene, the world’s strongest material, impresses us again, by deriving light from atom-thin strips. Watch the video…
An extreme close-up of feather-light graphene foam, captured using an electron microscope, wins photo prize. Image © Adrianus Indrat Aria
The one atom thick Graphene would be the next big thing in materials science. SciShow explains what it is, why it’s so awesome, and what
Researchers at the University of Michigan unveiled plans for a Graphene contact lens that could let you see in the dark, providing its wearer infrared
Graphene has extreme conductivity and is completely transparent. Now scientists discovered that Graphene retains its properties even when coated with silicon and these findings have
Chinese scientists have developed ultra-light aerogel based on Graphene, braking the record of the world’s lightest material with surprising flexibility and oil-absorption.
EU invests $1.35 billion to research and develop Graphene. A consortium of companies and research labs receive a giant research grant of 1 billion Euro, and
Graphene oxide soaks up radioactive waste. Has a remarkable ability to quickly remove radioactive material from contaminated water.
Researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), are first in the world to invent a technique for semiconductor production from graphene.