Graphene Flagship researcher Jose A. Garrido reveals his gameplan to bring graphene-based bioelectronic retinal implants to the forefront of medicine
The Graphene Flagship and leading European industries will co-fund a total of €92M to catalyse the commercialisation of graphene-enabled products.
The Graphene Flagship identified the strategic advantages of integrating graphene into fibre composites, used to build planes and cars.
Graphene Flagship partners the University of Bologna, Politecnico di Milano, CNR, NEST, Italcementi HeidelbergCement Group, the Israel Institute of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology, and the University of Cambridge have developed a graphene-titania photocatalyst that degrades up to 70% more atmospheric nitrogen oxides (NOx) than standard titania nanoparticles in tests on real pollutants.
Graphene Flagship researchers in Italy have discovered that graphene nano-tools can trigger bone formation in a mouse experiment. They hope the discovery will someday have a clinical application.
A new understanding of ultrafast light interaction with graphene puts the spotlight on CARS spectroscopy as a tool for fast graphene imaging
Cinzia Spinato, Graphene Flagship Business Developer for biomedical applications, offers her insight on graphene applications for the biomedical industry.
Graphene Connect & Health Investment Forum brings together scientists to showcase new ideas to investors in the realm of biomedicine and healthcare
Measurements show that indium selenide’s band gap inverts when deposited with six or more atomic layers, unlike transition metal dichalcogenides
See our Car of the Future infographic here. What could we be driving in the future, and how will graphene enable new technologies for the automotive industry?
Engineering a mosaic-like graphene morphology, researchers found wrinkles in the structure that could open the gate to a new wave of microfluidics technologies.
Removing impurities between layered materials using heat and pressure increases charge carrier mobility and brings scalable methods closer to becoming a reality.
Graphene Connect & Health Investment Forum brings together experts in graphene, investors and business leaders from the healthcare and medical communities, bridging valuable connections between academia and industry.
Cheap and efficient NO₂ sensors measure changes in graphene’s electrical resistance to record pollutant levels – and they could be strung together to create real-time pollution maps of cities.