Graphene Week 2015
Graphene Week 2015 will focus on science, technology and emerging applications of graphene, related two-dimensional materials and heterostructures. The conference will welcome over 600 delegates to Manchester, 22-26 June.
The European roadmap for graphene science and technology
Europe’s Graphene Flagship lays out a science and technology roadmap, targeting research areas designed to take graphene and related 2d materials from academic laboratories into society.
Looking at graphene and other 2d crystals in energy conversion and storage
Scientists working with Europe’s Graphene Flagship provide a wide-ranging review of the potential for two-dimensional crystals in energy conversion and storage. Read more
On this years’ stage you will see highly engaged speakers with excellent knowledge about their field of research. One of which is Philip Kim, Professor of Physics at Harvard University. Read more
Graphene Flagship scientists observe square ice crystals between graphene layers brought together under ultra-high pressures generated by atomic interactions. The finding could lead to a better understanding of water flow through nanoscale channels and across membranes. Read more
The European Commission has delivered its first review of the Graphene Flagship. The overall conclusion is that the Flagship has made good scientific and technological progress over its first year of activities. Read more
Graphene provides an effective shield against microwaves, say researchers from Europe's Graphene Flagship. The finding could see this two-dimensional material used to reduce microwave pollution and enhance the electromagnetic compatibility of future nanoscale electronic devices. Read more