Thurid Gspann, chair of the Graphene Flagship Standardisation Committee (GFSC), explains why standardisation is important.
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.
Could graphene and layered materals could shape the face of water filtration technology?
The Graphene Flagship interview Costas Galiotis about how graphene can endow mechanical components with ultra-low friction.
Korean researchers at Samsung and UNIST led collaboration with Graphene Flagship to develop ultrathin boron nitride films for new electronics.
Graphene Flagship researchers have reported the first synthesis of an emblematic class of graphene-based magnetic nano-goblet: the Clar's goblet.
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.
Graphene Flagship partners CIC nanoGUNE and Graphenea, together with start-up accelerator BerriUP, launched a new funding programme to foster the creation of graphene-related businesses. (Picture credit: Graphenea).
Graphene Flagship researchers have devised a light diffuser based on hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) – a layered material with the same hexagonal structure as graphene, but with complementary properties – able to convert directional laser beams into a luminous source that scatters light in all directions.
Researchers at Graphene Flagship partners Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, CIC EnergiGUNE and INCAR-CSIC, Spain, have produced rechargeable batteries and energy storage devices made of a non-toxic and environmentally friendly graphene-based material.
This comprehensive review article is completely open access, and encompasses methods for producing and processing graphene and up to 5,000 innovative layered materials.
Researchers at Graphene Flagship partner the Cambridge Graphene Centre, University of Cambridge, have developed a new type of resistive memory that can be scaled down beyond current limitations.
Interfacing graphene with layers of transition metal dichalcogenides enables electric field-controlled spintronic memory devices.
This recap of last year's best articles will get you up to speed on the most exciting breakthroughs in graphene in the past year.