Graphene not irritant to skin, study shows

A new study shows that graphene itself, unless produced with the use of irritant chemicals, is not irritant to the skin. The finding is o...

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Graphene not irritant to skin, study shows

Project 2D-Health launched

Graphenea is proud to participate in a new project funded by EPSRC (the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council), the UK's mai...

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Project 2D-Health launched

Graphene oxide and rGO microparticles not toxic to mouse lung cells

Recent research showed that graphene (reduced graphene oxide, rGO) and graphene oxide (GO) particles larger than 1 micron in size are not...

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Graphene oxide and rGO microparticles not toxic to mouse lung cells

Graphene senses DNA hybridization and kills bacteria

Graphene, among the many interesting predicted applications, is an excellent material for biosensing and medical purposes. Graphenea's sc...

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Graphene quantum dots, RAM, and 3D printing

Graphene technology is progressing towards new applications while still keeping the interest on a basic level, as evidenced by the colorf...

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