Graphene

Ultralight Material ten times stronger than Steel

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Scientists at MIT revealed ultralight graphene that’s ten times stronger than steel.

By | Jan 10, 2017|Categories: Physics|Tags: |

Using Graphene to reduce Carbon Dioxide to fuel

Scientists use doped graphene quantum dots to reduce carbon dioxide to fuel.

By | Dec 22, 2016|Categories: Technology news|Tags: |

How Graphene it’s made

How Graphene it's made

Look at the video how the the world’s strongest material, Graphene, is made. Graphene can reveal chemical in the air, as well as disease enzymes in blood.

By | Jun 21, 2016|Categories: Technology news|Tags: |

A Solar Cell that produces power by Sun and Rain

A Solar Cell that produces power by Sun and Rain

Researchers coated a solar cell with a very thin film of graphene, to also produce power by rain.

By | Apr 12, 2016|Categories: Green Energy|Tags: , |

Graphene Wristband senses and treats your Blood Sugar

Graphene Wristband senses and treats your Blood Sugar (1)

Scientists unveiled a graphene-based wristband with thermoresponsive microneedles for diabetes monitoring and therapy.

By | Mar 23, 2016|Categories: Technology news|Tags: |

Ultrathin Graphene improves Night-Vision

Night-Vision

Ultrathin Graphene improves night-vision for smartphone cameras or windshields.

By | Nov 17, 2015|Categories: Technology news|Tags: |

World’s thinnest light bulb made from Graphene

World's thinnest light bulb made from Graphene

Graphene, the world’s strongest material, impresses us again, by deriving light from atom-thin strips.   Watch the video…

By | Jun 18, 2015|Categories: Physics|Tags: |

Feather-light Graphene foam wins photo prize

Feather-light Graphene foam

An extreme close-up of feather-light graphene foam, captured using an electron microscope, wins photo prize.   Image © Adrianus Indrat Aria

By | Nov 20, 2014|Categories: Physics|Tags: , |

Graphene- the next Big Thin Thing

Graphene

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 challenges we face in harnessing its amazing properties.    Watch the video…

By | Jul 18, 2014|Categories: Physics|Tags: |

The Graphene contact lens that could let you see in the dark

Graphene contact lens

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 ‘night vision’.

By | Mar 24, 2014|Categories: Physics, Technology news|Tags: , |


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