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Physics World Nov 30
Researchers have identified a new family of quasiparticles in superlattices made from graphene sandwiched between two slabs of boron nitride.
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STPI Nov 30
flakes can provide immense possibilities with their extraordinary potential for interactions between stacked layers, which can be fine-tuned for various applications like photonic circuits & lightweight devices.
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Helen Middleton Dec 3
Great to hear that, just need one big, respected company to take that first step into the world and others will realise the advantages of using this 'new' material
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Phys.org Dec 2
New platform generates hybrid light-matter excitations in highly charged
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BrainComEU Dec 2
Thank you for the recognition and congrats to everyone involved on this outstanding achievement! 🥳🥳🥳
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Mark EJ Fairbairn Dec 3
Very pleased to have spoken to Shishir Poddar today on from on their IPO Tirupati are in and - a market that looks to have a very exciting future They are keen to invite PI's to participate in IPO Will release soon
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@SMEA1894 Nov 25
Join us 1st Dec 6pm to learn about graphene! Mike and Adrian will discuss the rapidly evolving manufacturing technology and commercial applications.
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Imagine IM Nov 25
Our On-Q mats were in action at the this morning! We'll be back next Friday evening to keep you .
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DrCraigDawson Dec 1
An exciting new family of materials. Similar to MXenes can perform a large number of applications
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Richard Nov 28
the integration of graphene to smartphones would be interesting! NOTE: graphene is an ultra thin layer of carbon atoms - lighter than aluminum - harder than diamond - more elastic than rubber - best known conductor of both electricity & heat on Earth
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The University of Manchester Graphene Dec 3
Congratulations to Dr Rakesh Gupta, Dr Max Migliorato et al from on publication of their paper, 'Suspended arrays for gas sensing applications' - a big step towards an effective 'electronic nose' to measure, for example, air quality.
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Membranes MDPI Nov 30
-based Membranes for : Recent Progress and Future Perspective
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Alex Nov 27
Very happy to end the year with a very interesting work published on If you want to know more about electrochemical decomposition of imine bond on , take a look! it is open access!
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First Graphene Ltd. Nov 26
First Graphene had the pleasure of hosting WA Premier MarkMcGowan and Seven News for a tour of our manufacturing plant in Henderson this morning. Mr McGowan was fascinated to find out the world’s largest and best graphene producer is located right here in WA.
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DrCraigDawson Nov 28
Also working across and to develop and rapidly commercialise advanced energy storage and using novel materials like
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Nixene Publishing Nov 29
provides perspective on UK funding in advanced materials
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Andy Goodwin Nov 27
hosted a visit from Mark McGowan, Western Australia Premier earlier today. Mark was able to view our world-class100 tonne/year graphene factory. Nice to see our customers and Aquatic Leisure Technologies were also present to welcome Mark.
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The University of Manchester Graphene Nov 27
Love this cartoon of our 2x laureates (1x IgNobel🙂) 🔬⚛ 🐸
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The University of Manchester Graphene Dec 3
Now, this is making us feel very . ☃ The card, with ink, hot off the press! Lovely work from the Printed Electronics lab's Jane Harper and Dr Liam Britnell. ☺️☺️☺️
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Imagine IM Dec 1
We're live at Cartel Coffee! Grab a caffeine fix and check out the future of .
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