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Graphenea granted patent on graphene transfer

Marko Spasenovic

Graphenea was granted a patent for a method of transfer of large-area graphene. In particular, the patent refers to transferring graphene grown by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) from a metal foil to an insulating substrate. As CVD is the most promising way of growing large, high quality graphene sheets, which...

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Graphene senses opioids, desalinates water, and generates electricity

Marko Spasenovic

Generating electricity, desalinating water, and sensing trace chemicals are some of the uses of graphene just added to the growing list of this material's potential applications. They all feature graphene in a liquid environment, where one wouldn't expect it due to its hydrophobic nature. Research at the University of Pennsylvania,...

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Graphene Gladiator kicks off

Marko Spasenovic

A European project to make large area, high quality graphene sheets for transparent electrodes has kicked off at the beginning of this month. Project Gladiator (Graphene Layers: Production, Characterization and Integration), worth a total of 12.4 million euros, includes 16 partners from 7 countries. Graphenea is the leading industrial expert...

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Graphene mass production, roll to roll

Marko Spasenovic

Graphenea is proud to participate in GRAFOL, a European project aiming at roll-to-roll production of graphene films on silicon wafers. The project is being funded with 10.5 million euros over four years. Graphenea features on the applications side of the project, with a goal to apply project results to advanced...

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Graphene batteries and supercapacitors to power our world

Marko Spasenovic

The potential of graphene for batteries becomes more apparent each day, with headlines touting new graphene electrodes and battery materials. Graphene electrodes Most recently, researchers at Rice University, which excels in both fundamental and applied graphene research, came out with a prediction that adding some boron atoms to the graphene...

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