Scientists Get Graphene To Act Sexier (From A Quantum Perspective)

Rare-earth compounds have fascinated researchers for decades due to the unique quantum properties they display, which have so far remained totally out of reach of everyday compounds. One of... Read more »

New Research Highlights Similarities in the Insulating States of Twisted Bilayer Graphene and Cuprates

High resolution scanning tunneling microscopic lense (STM) image of twisted bilayer graphene at the ‘magic angle’ where electron interactions are taken full advantage of. Right: A zoom into the... Read more »

Smoothing out the Wrinkles in Graphene

The image on the right reveals a graphene sheet covered with wax throughout the substrate-transfer action. This technique dramatically decreased wrinkles on the graphene’s surface area compared to a... Read more »

Researchers Pioneer Microfluidics-Enabled Manufacturing of Macroscopic Graphene Fibers

Sheet positioning and orientation order of graphene structures caused by microfluidics style allow the microstructure control and optimization of thermal-mechanical and electronic residential or commercial properties of macroscopic graphene... Read more »

One Step Closer to Using Nanoporous Graphene in Smart Filters and Sensors

. . . . Scientists at the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), the CiQUS research study centre at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) and the... Read more »

Enough with the toxic hair dyes. We could use graphene instead | Science

Jiaxing Huang The majority of long-term hair dyes utilize harmful chemicals to cause a modification in color, usually destructive hair at the same time. And the darker the wanted... Read more »