Select Page
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...

Versarien launches graphene-based superparamagnetic material

Versarien has announced the launch of a new hybrid nanomaterial that has superparamagnetic properties, which can be used across a range of applications, like defense and healthcare. The new material combines graphene with both iron oxide and manganese oxide...
Graphene e-tattoo allows for continuous cuffless monitoring of blood pressure

Graphene e-tattoo allows for continuous cuffless monitoring of blood pressure

Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University have developed a graphene-based electronic tattoo that can be worn on the wrist for hours and deliver continuous blood pressure measurements at an accuracy level exceeding nearly all...

Researchers develop graphene-enhanced strain-perception-strengthening enabled biomimetic soft skin

Researchers at the Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology and Engineering (NIMTE) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), led by Prof. CHEN Tao, have designed strain-perception-strengthening (SPS) enabled biomimetic soft skin, which realizes the dynamic...
Researchers develop a graphene platform for extra sensitive detection of viral proteins

Researchers develop a graphene platform for extra sensitive detection of viral proteins

Scientists at Swansea University, Biovici Ltd and the National Physical Laboratory have developed a graphene-based method to detect viruses in very small volumes.Graphene device chip attached to an electrical connector, with two 5 μL HCVcAg samples (one applied on...

Graphene helps track the nanomotion of bacteria

A team of researchers from TU Delft, led by dr. Farbod Alijani, recently managed to capture the low-level noise of a single bacterium using graphene. Being able to pick up on the miniscule sounds of bacteria can help track if an antibiotics is working, or if the...