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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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Researchers succeed in creating single-crystal, large-area, fold-free monolayer graphene

A team of researchers, led by Director Rod Ruoff at the Center for Multidimensional Carbon Materials (CMCM) within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) and including graduate students at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), has...

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Graphenea Foundry: a platform for the manufacture of graphene-based devices

This is a sponsored post by GrapheneaGraphenea’s Semiconductor catalogue spans from 1x1 cm2 single layer graphene films on a variety of substrates, to fully customized graphene-based device architectures implemented on wafers up to 150mm. The unique vertical integration that...

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Graphene-diamond junctions could assist in the realization of neuromorphic optical computers simulating human visual memory systems

Researchers from Nagoya University in Japan have designed highly efficient computing devices using graphene-diamond junctions that mimic some of the human brain's functions.A phenomenon crucial for memory and learning is "synaptic plasticity," the ability of synapses (neuronal links) to...

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Cardea Bio partners with Scentian Bio to create a bio-electronic tongue/nose platform

Cardea Bio, a biotech company integrating molecular biology with semiconductor electronics, has signed a commercial partnership with Scentian Bio. Scentian is an expert in synthetic insect odorant receptors (iORs), one of nature’s ways of detecting and interpreting smells.The partnership...

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Researchers show that the terahertz nonlinearity of graphene can be efficiently controlled using minimal electrical gating

A team of researchers from Bielefeld and Berlin, together with researchers from other research institutes in Germany and Spain, recently demonstrated that graphene's nonlinearity can be efficiently controlled by applying comparatively modest electrical voltages to the material.The gated graphene...

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Graphene ‘nano-origami’ could enable tiny microchips

Scientists at the University of Sussex have developed a technique for making tiny microchips from graphene and other 2D materials, using a form of ‘nano-origami’.By creating distortions in the structure of the graphene, the researchers were able to make...

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Researchers design an accurate, high-speed, portable bifunctional electrical detector for COVID-19

A research team at South China University of Technology, Peking University and other China-based universities have developed an accurate, rapid, and portable electrical detector based on the use of graphene field-effect transistors (G-FETs) for detection of RNA from COVID-19...

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Researchers design method that makes graphene nanoribbons easier to produce

Russian researchers have proposed a new method for synthesizing high-quality graphene nanoribbons. The team's approach to chemical vapor deposition offers a higher yield at a lower cost, compared with the currently used nanoribbon self-assembly on noble metal substrates.Two nanoribbon...

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A new project called GraphCAT will aim to create an ecosystem of graphene research

A new project was recently launched under the name of GraphCAT, an initiative to create an ecosystem of research centers focused in the study of graphene. The project received funding from the Government of Catalonia and the European Union.The...

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