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PolyJoule unveils graphene-enhanced polymer batteries

PolyJoule unveils graphene-enhanced polymer batteries

PolyJoule, a spin-off of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), recently unveiled a new battery technology based on its own proprietary conductive polymers and other organic, non-metallic materials.The battery cells were reportedly tested to perform for...

Researchers detect evidence of strong electron correlation in a trilayer graphene/hBN moiré superlattice

Researchers from MIT, Harvard University, University of California at Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, China’s Shanghai Jiao Tong and Fudan Universities and Japan’s National Institute for Materials Science have taken a significant step...
Researchers detect abnormally strong absorption of light in magnetized graphene

Researchers detect abnormally strong absorption of light in magnetized graphene

Researchers from Germany’s University of Regensburg, Russia’s MIPT, and U.S-based University of Kansas and MIT have discovered an abnormally strong absorption of light in magnetized graphene. The effect appears upon the conversion of normal electromagnetic...

Graphene assists in observing the elusive Schwinger effect

Researchers at The University of Manchester, MIT and other international collaborators have succeeded in observing the so-called Schwinger effect, an elusive process that normally occurs only in cosmic events. By applying high currents through specially designed...

Researchers examine twisted bilayer graphene’s intriguing interactions with light

In ‘magic angle’ graphene, especially near the angle of 1 degree, the electrons slow down dramatically, favoring interactions between the electrons. Such interactions give rise to a new type of superconductivity and insulating phases in twisted bilayer...