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Graphene News — Graphene transfer

Graphene humidity sensors made with a CMOS-compatible process

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene humidity sensors made with a CMOS-compatible process

Researchers at the University of Exeter have used CMOS-compatible processes to create graphene-based humidity sensors with performance on par with commercial ones. The process was demonstrated on an array of sensors produced on a 4” silicon wafer as well as on transparent and flexible PET. The work paves the way...

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New Product: "Easy Transfer"

Iñigo Charola

New Product: "Easy Transfer"

Graphenea is launching “Easy Transfer”: the easiest way to transfer monolayer graphene onto your substrate. We applied our extensive experience in growing and transferring high quality graphene films to let you experiment with any novel substrate by using Graphenea’s Easy Transfer. Advantages of using Easy Transfer: Receive high quality graphene...

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Jeehwan Kim joins Graphenea Scientific Advisory Board

Marko Spasenovic

Jeehwan Kim joins Graphenea Scientific Advisory Board

Graphenea is proud to announce Prof. Jeehwan Kim as a new member of the Scientific Advisory Board. Professor Kim will offer his expertise on graphene growth and transfer. Since 2015 Assistant Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Kim was a research staff...

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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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Suspended monolayer graphene on cavities

Marko Spasenovic

Nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS), small brothers of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), are entering mainstream technology through sensors and actuators in platforms as common as inkjet printers, accelerometers, displays, and optical switches. Worth several tens of billions USD, the MEMS and NEMS market is one that cannot be ignored. NEMS relies on small...

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