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Graphene tackles energy and health challenges

Marko Spasenovic

You know that a material is important when researchers who work with it start to address humanity's great challenges, such as energy and combating disease. And although graphene initially caused excitement in the microelectronics industry due to its great carrier mobility, the more imminent (and perhaps even more pertinent) applications...

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Graphene based deionization on board the EU Flagship

Marko Spasenovic

The billion-euro Graphene Flagship project of the European Commission doubled in size this June. The expansion brought Spain to the second place by the number of Flagship partners, just below Germany and Italy which share the first place as countries with most project participants. Among the freshly accepted projects is...

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Graphene for interconnects

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene, boasting large carrier mobility and thermal conductivity, coupled with small material volume, emerges as a viable alternative to copper interconnects in electronic circuits.   Copper was an optimal material for interconnects in integrated circuits (ICs) throughout most of 20th century IC history, which was only natural following the great...

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Graphene-based OLED outperforms one based on ITO

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene has been hailed as a potential replacement for indium tin oxide (ITO) in the growing market for transparent conductors, in particular because it might enable the highly sought after flexible portable devices. Technological immaturity has so far hindered the widespread use of graphene as a transparent electrode, however researchers...

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Graphene on the human body

Marko Spasenovic

As graphene inches its way out of the lab and into production, old applications are being perfected and new ones invented. The research and product landscape keeps evolving and the community of interested parties seems to be rapidly expanding. To contribute our knowledge to the community, we wrote an article...

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