The free online course Graphene Science and Technology, developed by Graphene Flagship partner and coordinator Chalmers University of Technology, is starting 31 October.
Researchers from the Graphene Flagship and the Korean Graphene Society came together in Copenhagen to exchange ideas and promote collaboration in research on graphene and other layered materials.
Isabella Vacchi, PhD Student at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) in Strasbourg, France, has received the first Graphene Flagship mobility grant and will spend three months at the University of Kyoto, Japan.
When visiting Manchester, take some time to immerse yourself in the fascinating science and technology of graphene and related materials. The exhibition Graphene and Beyond at the Museum of Science and Industry goes on until 25 June 2017.
Graphene was a key focus at the recent Mobile World Congress Shanghai, with high-profile graphene events jointly organised by the Graphene Flagship partner Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO), Spain, and the China Innovation Alliance of the Graphene Industry (CGIA).
The collaborative nature of the Graphene Flagship facilitated the creation and publication of a Special Issue of the journal Advanced Materials. The Special Issue, titled Chemical Approaches to 2d Materials, includes work from a large number of Flagship researchers, alongside other leading researchers from the US, China and Korea.
Teresa Gatti from the University of Padova, Italy was one of nine young researchers who got financial support to visit ESOF in Manchester earlier this summer.
Associated Membership is an important means to engage additional organisations working towards the goals of the Graphene Flagship. Graphitene is one of a growing number of companies joining this way.
The lifetime of perovskite solar cells is significantly enhanced by using few-layer Molybdenum disulfide flakes as an active buffer interface layer. Researchers from the Graphene Flagship show that interface engineering with layered materials is important for boosting solar cell performance.
Jonathan Coleman, Trinity College Dublin, will give a Ted X style talk which promises to bring graphene to life.