<b>New Catalyst can Produce Complex Hydrocarbons from CO2 with Remarkable Efficiency</b>

New Catalyst can Produce Complex Hydrocarbons from CO2 with Remarkable Efficiency

As levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide continue to climb, scientists are looking for new ways of breaking down CO2 molecules to make useful carbon-based fuels, chemicals and other products....
<b>Researchers show the amphipathic nature of graphene flakes and examine their potential for use as sur</b>

Researchers show the amphipathic nature of graphene flakes and examine their potential for use as sur

Researchers at Cranfield University and the University of Cambridge in the UK, Institut Pasteur in France, Silesian University of Technology in Poland and UniversIti Teknologi PETRONAS in Malaysia have found that at a particular size (below...
<b>New graphene-based memory device could extend smartphone battery life and increase data upload speed</b>

New graphene-based memory device could extend smartphone battery life and increase data upload speed

Researchers at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering have created a graphene-based memory device which promises to increase data upload speed, extend smartphone battery life, and reduce data corruption. The team did this through a concept c...
<b>Researchers come up with a promising new design for graphene-enhanced fuel cells</b>

Researchers come up with a promising new design for graphene-enhanced fuel cells

Researchers at University College London, Queen Mary University of London and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin have suggested a design for a hydrogen fuel cell, with graphene as a key component. The new research promises to address some of t...
<b>Mapping crystal shapes could fast-track mass production of 2D materials</b>

Mapping crystal shapes could fast-track mass production of 2D materials

Materials scientists at Rice University and the University of Pennsylvania have published an article calling for a collective, global effort to fast-track the mass production of 2D materials like graphene and molybdenum disulfide. In their...
<b>First Graphene collaborates with the University of Warwick on graphene-enhanced thermoplastics</b>

First Graphene collaborates with the University of Warwick on graphene-enhanced thermoplastics

First Graphene has announced a collaboration with the University of Warwick on a project to unlock the potential of graphene in thermoplastic systems. First Graphene has secured an award under the Warwick Collaborative Post Graduate Researc...
<b>Zen Graphene Solutions moves forward with applying its virucidal graphene ink in PPE applications</b>

Zen Graphene Solutions moves forward with applying its virucidal graphene ink in PPE applications

ZEN Graphene Solutions has announced it has commenced collaborations with research teams at a number of personal protective equipment (PPE) manufacturers to incorporate ZEN’s virucidal graphene ink into commercial products, including mask...
<b>First Graphene announces successful trials with HDPE for oceanic farming</b>

First Graphene announces successful trials with HDPE for oceanic farming

In May, First Graphene announced it is collaborating with Hexcyl to develop PureGRAPH-enhanced HDPE materials for use in Hexcyl’s range of oyster baskets and long-line farming systems. Now, First Graphene updated on successful trial resul...
<b>Versarien launches graphene-enhanced protective face masks</b>

Versarien launches graphene-enhanced protective face masks

Versarien has announced the launch of its first graphene-enhanced protective face mask, which utilizes Polygrene, Versarien’s graphene-enhanced polymer. The launch of the new protective face mask is said to coincide with the first two ord...
<b>New technique allows for processing surfaces on an atomic scale</b>

New technique allows for processing surfaces on an atomic scale

Researchers at TU Wien have designed a nano-structuring method, with which certain layers of a material can be perforated with extreme precision while others are left completely untouched, even though the projectile penetrates all layers. T...