Materials science meets design and sustainability at Design London 2022: Versarien and designer Steuart Padwick display a low-carbon artwork.
Graphene Flagship researchers published three studies related to the sustainable production of graphene related materials (GRMs) and their Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
MoS2-enabled logic-in-memory devices with the potential to outperform silicon
Graphene Flagship Ph.D. students and postdoctoral researchers benefit from a vast network of academic and industrial experts, different schools of thought and interdisciplinary expertise. This is a winning recipe for creative innovation, bringing up employment opportunities and networking possibilities across Europe.
Graphene Flagship researchers discovered reduced graphene oxide particles released from plastic composites after abrasion induce negligible health effects in safety analyses
Graphene and transition-metal dichalcogenides are the most common examples of layered materials, but there is a world of other possibilities that have not been fully exploited: for example, antimony and germanium nanolayers. The FLAG-ERA 2D-SbGe project explores layered materials “off the beaten track”.
Graphene Flagship researchers from ICFO in Barcelona, in collaboration with teams in Columbia University, US, NTU, Singapore and NIMS, Japan, have reported the first use of light to bend of electrons in bilayer graphene.
The Graphene Flagship Standardisation Committee pioneered the creation of two new IEC standards in the characterisation of graphene, fundamental to accelerate technology transfer. The new specifications will promote the adoption of graphene and layered materials within key European industrial sectors.
In a compact comment published in Nature Communications, Graphene Flagship and 2D-EPL researchers outline the most promising fields of applications of two-dimensional (2D) materials, as well as their remaining challenges towards the appearance of high-tech products.
Graphene Flagship researchers produced graphene fragments with a diameter smaller than 100 nm – and showed their potential for photodetection.
Graphene Flagship partner Versarien just unveiled the world’s first 3D printed construction using graphene-enhanced cement.
Graphene Flagship parnter NPL just launched a service to measure the electrical transport properties of materials and devices, including sheet resistance, resistivity, carrier type, density, and mobility.
We interview Thierry Ouisse about MORE-MXenes, a Graphene Flagship Partnering Project that finished recently. Their research focused on understanding an interesting family of layered materials containing rare-earths, with great potential in electronics and spintronics.
The Graphene Flagship stars in an exhibition at Paris’ Cité des Sciences, the biggest science museum in Europe. The showcase, dedicated to the challenges of research and innovation, will continue until late June 2022.