The Graphene Innovation Forum at Graphene Week 2018 was well attended and generated valuable discussions about graphene's path to industrial applications.
The sunrise of new graphene derivatives is achieved by chemistry of fluorographene.
This years Graphene Week will see our first LIVE stream broadcast showcasing some of the keynote speaker lectures, so you can be a part of the experience even if you can't make it to San Sebastian.
Graphene Week 2018 marks an outstanding landmark – the half-way point of the Graphene Flagship’s 10 year journey that will bring graphene ‘from lab to fab’.
Elaine Eksvärd presented methods to master suppression techniques at the Graphene Flagship's Women in Graphene and Science workshop.
Miriam Marchena is a new graduate receiving her doctorate from the Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO), this summer, in Photonics. She has just started her first postdoc there.
A natural human enzyme can biodegrade graphene, scientists from the Graphene Flagship have announced
Graphene Flagship Partners at the University of Strasbourg and CNRS (France), together with Associated Members at the University of Mons (Belgium) and collaborators the Humboldt University of Berlin (Germany) and the University of Trento (Italy), successfully combined photoswitchable molecular lattices with layered materials to create new high-performance devices that show macroscopic responses to light.
International researchers gather in Dublin, Ireland, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the publication of liquid phase exfoliation – a technique that enabled mass production of graphene and related 2D materials for industry uses.
Interview with young Graphene Flagship post-doctoral researcher, Jijo Abraham
The Graphene Flagship is proud to celebrate the first International LGBT STEM Day. We value diversity and aim to create an environment where all our members can be open about who they are.
More than 70 grants will boost the partnerships between European scientists studying in graphene and other related 2D materials. The grants support the mobility of researchers involved in the Graphene Flagship and have a budget of €82,000 until the end of 2019.
Researchers within the Graphene Flagship at the University of Manchester found that water behaves very differently on a microscopic scale, which could lead to a better understanding of life.
Graphene Flagship researchers overcame the theoretical limiting performance of membranes in gas separation.