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GFAB: Graphene Foundry Service Launched

Marko Spasenovic

GFAB: Graphene Foundry Service Launched

Graphenea, one of the World’s leading manufacturers and industrial and retail suppliers of high quality graphene, has launched a new service in the industry – the Graphene Foundry, or GFAB. The Graphene Foundry service provides buyers with the ability to order completely bespoke graphene circuits printed to their own specifications...

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Graphene Biosensors

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene Biosensors

A biosensor is a device which measures biological or chemical reactions by creating an electrical output response that is proportional to the concentration of a particular substance (or analyte) within that reaction. They are used in a wide range of areas including medical treatment, environmental surveys, food control, forensics and...

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Graphene magnetic sensors

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene magnetic sensors

The market for magnetic field sensors is an expanding one, with size estimates up to USD 4.16 billion in 2022. The multiple purposes of magnetic field sensors such as position detection, current monitoring, speed detection, and angular sensing allow access to a wide range of industries such as automotive, consumer...

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Graphenea launches new GFET product

Marko Spasenovic

Graphenea launches new GFET product

Graphenea has launched sales of GFETs – graphene field effect transistors, aimed at lowering barriers to adoption of graphene, especially on the market for sensors. Researchers needing GFETs for their applications, whether in gas or biosensing, or for other applications, needn’t worry anymore about consistently obtaining high-quality GFET devices. Graphenea...

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Characterizing electrical properties of graphene for industrial applications

Marko Spasenovic

Characterizing electrical properties of graphene for industrial applications

Characterizing the electrical properties of graphene and other 2D materials is quickly becoming a bottleneck for industrial applications. Although large-scale production of high-quality graphene has rapidly advanced, development of practical characterization methods has lagged behind. Common methods are either too slow for industrial use or damage the device beyond repair....

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