Audrey Franceschi Biagioni is investigating whether graphene flakes could help to alleviate psychological disorders related to the human fear response, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
The date of the rescheduled event will be announced very soon, and attendees will receive a content pack via email
The Graphene for Research, Innovation, Collaboration event was very well-received, with over 800 attendees and 57 speakers across 16 sessions, and excellent engagement on social media
Graphene-enabled technologies expand the realm of possibility within the biomedical and wearable electronics sectors.
The Diversity in Graphene initiative has set up a pioneering mentoring programme to support the professional growth of the members of our community.
Funded by the European Commission, this €20 million project will enable large volume production of electronic devices based on two-dimensional materials.
We are celebrating Energy Efficiency Day by reviewing our contributions to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7: to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.
Today, we celebrate 10 years since graphene got its Nobel prize. Join us on a journey back in time as we tell the tale of graphene’s rich and iconic history.
The Graphene Flagship turns seven today, and our director Jari Kinaret celebrates with this letter.
Kari Hjelt, Graphene Flagship Head of Innovation, explains how, thanks to graphene, phones could become faster and better-connected, with longer battery lives than ever before.
This certificate is the first of its kind, and will encourage other projects to follow our lead showing their appreciation for the work in standardisation and regulation.
IOP Publishing, in collaboration with Graphene Flagship researchers, has published a special issue of ‘JPhys Materials’ to highlight the work of women scientists.
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We interview Peter Steeneken (above) about the advantages of graphene and related materials in the development of sensing devices – particularly NEMS.