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Advanced Material Development secures InnovateUK grant for work on nanomaterials-based gas sensors

Advanced Material Development recently announced a new InnovateUK “Analysis 4 Innovators” grant to work on validating its next generation novel nanomaterial-based gas sensors. AMD is working with the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) on the development and testing of devices...

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Emberion raises €6 million to further its infrared imaging business

Emberion recently raised €6 million in funding to further develop their infrared imaging business. Currently, Emberion is one of the leaders in the development of these technologies, enabled by graphene and other layered materials.Graphene Flagship partner Emberion develops high-performance...

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New graphene-based neural probes improve detection of epileptic brain signals

Researchers the UK and Spain have demonstrated that tiny graphene neural probes can be used safely to improve our understanding of the causes of epilepsy.The graphene depth neural probe (gDNP) consists of a millimeter-long linear array of micro-transistors imbedded...

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Researchers develop graphene-biosensors for brain machine interfaces

Researchers at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have developed a novel graphene-based biosensor, set to drive new innovations in brain-controlled robotics.The biosensor adheres to the skin of the face and head in order to detect electrical signals being...

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Researchers examine the mechanism of electric field detection in microscale graphene sensors

Researchers at Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) and Otowa Electric, a lightning protection equipment manufacturer, have used graphene as an electric field sensor that can detect both positive and negative electric fields.The response of the sensor...

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FLAG-ERA announces funding for 10 new projects on graphene research and applications

FLAG-ERA has announced the funding of 10 new projects on graphene and related materials, which will become partnering projects of the Graphene Flagship. The projects split between basic and applied research and innovation, covering areas from magnetic memories and...

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GraphWear closes $20.5M Series B for a needle-free, graphene-powered glucose monitor

Graphwear, a startup developing graphene-based needle-free approaches to glucose monitoring, recently closed a $20.5 million Series B round. GraphWear is developing a skin-surface-level wearable made of graphene. The sensor is small, about the size of an Apple Watch —...

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Combining graphene transistors with MOFs yields selective and sensitive sensors

Karlsruhe Institute Of Technology (KIT) and Technical University of Darmstadt researchers have developed graphene-enhanced sensors for molecules in the gas phase. The functional principle of this new type of sensors is based on sensitive graphene transistors and tailor-made organometallic...

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Swinburne startup ‘SensFit’ uses graphene-enhanced shoe sensors to detect health issues

A new Swinburne-led startup, SensFit Technologies, has developed a smart shoe with inbuilt sensors, aiming to improve the quality of life of older people through the early detection of dementia, diabetic ulcers and other physical activity issues.nique sensor technology...

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Graphene Biosensor Evolution: From devices on silicon to lower cost, more flexible biodegradable plastic

This is a guest-post by Grolltex - producing graphene biosensors on silicon chips today shows low yields, high cost and restrictive packaging options, limiting scalability and market penetration. But optimization may be here.Monolayer, electronics grade graphene is propelling advanced...

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