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Graphene News — graphene circuits

Graphene Biosensors

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene for sensor applications has received considerable attention due to the material's unique physicochemical properties, such as large surface to volume ratio, high mechanical strength, biocompatibility, excellent thermal and electrical conductivity, low cost, safety and ease of production. Graphene also exhibits a broad electrochemical potential and low charge-transfer resistance, making...

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Conformal transfer of graphene for reproducible device fabrication

Marko Spasenovic

Conformal transfer of graphene on a prepatterned substrate is a viable technology for reproducible fabrication of graphene devices. Such is the conclusion of a recent study by a team of scientists from Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and Saudi Arabia.Reliable fabrication of graphene devices for electronics has been a technological challenge...

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Electrical control of light emission near graphene

Marko Spasenovic

Controlling the energy emission of light sources is of fundamental interest and has many applications in photovoltaics, quantum optics, photodetection, biosensing, and other fields. In one of our most recent papers, team Graphenea together with collaborators from Spain, France, Italy, and the USA has demonstrated electrical control of the flow...

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Graphene summit highlights applications and roadmap

Marko Spasenovic

The second edition of the Graphene Supply, Application, and Commercialisation summit was held this year in Manchester, the birthplace of graphene. Graphenea CEO Jesus de la Fuente and Business Development Director Iñigo Charola both attended the event last Thursday and Friday.   Photo: University of Manchester   The meeting, hosted...

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Managing light waves on graphene

Marko Spasenovic

Graphenea's research team is in the headlines again, with our latest graphene research featured in the prestigious international magazine Science. We have continued our collaboration with researchers at nanoGune, ICFO, and others, to advance the application of graphene to miniaturized optical circuitry. Optical circuits and devices could make signal processing...

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