Researchers develop moisture-resistant, stretchable NOx gas sensors based on laser-induced graphene

Researchers develop moisture-resistant, stretchable NOx gas sensors based on laser-induced graphene

Researchers from Penn State and China’s Hebei University of Technology, as well as additional collaborators from China, have developed a new water-resistant gas sensor for accurate, continuous monitoring of nitrogen dioxide and other gases in humid environments....

Researchers develop sensors based on graphene foam for better prosthetics and robotics

Researchers from Integrated Graphene and the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) have reported a project to develop graphene-enhanced pressure sensors that provide enhanced capabilities to robots, helping improve their motor skills and dexterity. The project was...

Paragraf announces Innovate UK grant to develop graphene-based diagnostic tool

Paragraf has announced its plan to develop a new generation of graphene-based, in-vitro diagnostic products that will give results within a few minutes.The Company is starting a two-year program to develop a proof-of-concept combined PCT (procalcitonin) and CRP...

Researchers develop graphene-based same-time, same-position biomolecule isolation and sensing

Researchers from the University of Massachusetts Amherst have demonstrated an advance in using graphene for electrokinetic biosample processing and analysis, that could allow lab-on-a-chip devices to become smaller and achieve results faster.The team developed devices...
Soft graphene-based probe monitors brain and gut chemistry

Soft graphene-based probe monitors brain and gut chemistry

Scientists from Michigan State University and Stanford University have invented the “NeuroString” — a graphene-based implantable probe that enables researchers to study the chemistry of brain and gut health. Three flexible NeuroString sensors. Credit: Courtesy of...

Researchers design graphene-based charge-injection photodetectors

Researchers at Zhejiang Universityת University of California, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Peking University, Aalto University, University of Cambridge and Nanjing University have developed a new graphene-based photodetector that could detect light within a...