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The Graphene Flagship's Spotlight explores the experience of the researchers behind the results. Lucia Lombardi has been involved in many different projects during her PhD. She spoke to the Graphene Flagship about how she balances her research.
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Spotlight Lucia Lombardi


The Graphene Flagship's Spotlight explores the experience of the researchers behind the results. Lucia Lombardi has been involved in many different projects during her PhD. She spoke to the Graphene Flagship about how she balances her research.

Airbus A310 Zero Gravity plane
Collaboration / Research / Aeronautics

Graphene in zero G promises success in space


In a successful collaboration between the Graphene Flagship and the European Space Agency, experiments testing graphene for two different space-related applications have shown extremely promising results. Based on these results, the Flagship are continuing to develop graphene devices for use in space.

By Sophia Lloyd / 15 December 2017
Research / Collaboration / Fundamental

HiMagGraphene project is controlling magnetism in graphene with hydrogen atoms


In the image above are shown magnetic moments are formed when hydrogen atoms bond to carbon atoms in the honeycomb graphene lattice. The honeycomb lattice comprises two sublattices, and the moments align ferromagnetically (blue) when on the same sublattice and antiferromagnetically (orange) when on the opposing sublattice. Credit: C. Bickel/Science

By Siân Fogden / 13 December 2017
Two scientists working in a lab
Research / Space / Collaboration

ZeroGGraphene_PR2


​After a long summer of hard work in the laboratories, researchers in the Graphene Flagship are ready for two experiments this week, testing graphene technologies for space-related applications in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA).

By Sophia Lloyd / 13 November 2017