Graphene Flagship researchers reported a significant step forward in growing monoisotopic hexagonal boron nitride at atmospheric pressure for the production of large and very high-quality crystals.
A new understanding of ultrafast light interaction with graphene puts the spotlight on CARS spectroscopy as a tool for fast graphene imaging
Measurements show that indium selenide’s band gap inverts when deposited with six or more atomic layers, unlike transition metal dichalcogenides
Engineering a mosaic-like graphene morphology, researchers found wrinkles in the structure that could open the gate to a new wave of microfluidics technologies.
A graphene single crystal grown on copper imaged by optical microscopy and superimposed to a dark field optical micrograph of single crystals.
The Graphene Flagship held a series of International Workshops designed to encourage the exchange of experiences, practices and ideas around the world.
SciTechEuropa talks Spintronics and the Graphene Flagship
The image above shows a schematic representation of the highly efficient out-of-plane heat transfer from graphene hot electrons (yellow glow), created by optical excitation (red beam), to hyperbolic phonon-polaritons in hBN (wave lines). Credit: ICFO
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
The free online course Graphene Science and Technology, developed by Graphene Flagship partner and coordinator Chalmers University of Technology, is starting 31 October.
Britain’s Royal Society has awarded a prestigious research professorship to Kostya Novoselov, Nobel laureate and leading light in the Graphene Flagship.