Dell patents design for graphene-enhanced wireless charging clip for laptops

Electronics and computer giant Dell has patented the design of a graphene-enhanced detachable clip for laptop computers, meant for wireless charging.The clip uses a printed graphene charging coil built with a ferrite sheet as well as magnetic elements to hold the clip...

Physicists discover a “family” of robust, superconducting graphene structures

When it comes to graphene, it appears that superconductivity runs in the family. Graphene is a single-atom-thin material that can be exfoliated from the same graphite that is found in pencil lead. The ultrathin material is made entirely from carbon atoms that are...
Graphenea launches $99 miniGFET fully-packaged devices

Graphenea launches $99 miniGFET fully-packaged devices

Graphenea launched two new products out of its Graphene Foundry, which they call mGFET or miniGFET. This is Graphenea’s highest value-chain products, which are manufactured and packaged in chip carriers, and can be used together with the freshly released...

2D-EPL offers a chance to test graphene-based sensors on large scale

The 2D Experimental Pilot Line (2D-EPL), that originated from the Graphene Flagship, recently launched its first customizable wafer run.As one of five multi-project wafer (MPW) runs, this first phase is targeting sensor applications. Companies, universities and...

Chalmers team demonstrates high charge-carrier mobility graphene through simple process

Researchers at Chalmers University have reported on a surprisingly high charge-carrier mobility of graphene.”This finding shows that graphene transferred to cheap and flexible substrates can still have an uncompromisingly high mobility, and it paves the way for...