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Graphene, superconductivity and cosmic rays

Jean-Christophe Lavocat

Graphene is a wonderful material that has been investigated for many applications. Recently two scientific teams published results about the use of Graphene as a superconductor and as a framework to study cosmic rays.

A Japanese team from the university of Tohoku in Sendai (Japan) published a recent report about superconductivity in a calcium-intercalated bilayer graphene C(6)CaC(6) fabricated on silicon carbide...

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Graphenea coauthors Nature publication

Jesus de la Fuente

Nature has published a paper coauthored by Graphenea Research team: Optical nano-imaging of gate-tunable graphene plasmons. Using Graphene materials produced by Graphenea, alliance between nanoelectronics and nano-optics has been demonstrated. This enables the development of active subwavelength-scale optics and a plethora of nano-optoelectronic devices and functionalities, such as tunable metamaterials, nanoscale...

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Nokia developing flexible electronics using Graphene

Jesus de la Fuente

Nokia Research Center is developing a new generation of flexible electronics using Graphene. The new prototypes includes ultra thin flexible batteries, touch screens and electronics on flexible devices. The interaction with this devices can be done stretching it. Take a look to this prototype.

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A day made of glass... (and Graphene)

Jesus de la Fuente

Let's see an amazing conceptual video from Corning showing future applications of new materials like Graphene.

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What is Graphene video?

Jesus de la Fuente

Graphenea are a consortium member of the Graphene Flagship initiative. The consortium has developed a nice introductory video explaining what is Graphene and why is important.

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