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This Low-Cost, Graphene Device Could Help Monitor a Baby's Health - Smithsonian

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Smithsonian

This Low-Cost, Graphene Device Could Help Monitor a Baby's Health
Smithsonian
When sick babies are in the hospital, they lay amidst an often-overwhelming nest of wires—monitors to measure breathing, heart rate, blood oxygen, temperature and more. Feeding, dressing or even picking up a baby wearing these devices can be tricky ...

Graphene Used in New Kind of Spiral Inductor - Controlled Environments Magazine

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Graphene Used in New Kind of Spiral Inductor
Controlled Environments Magazine
A basic building block of modern technology, inductors are everywhere: cellphones, laptops, radios, televisions, cars. And surprisingly, they are essentially the same today as in 1831, when they were first created by English scientist Michael Faraday ...
Reinventing The InductorECNmag.com

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Graphene burnt onto toast with laser precision - Chemistry World

Google News - Graphene - 14 hours 7 min ago

New Food

Graphene burnt onto toast with laser precision
Chemistry World
His group first demonstrated the production of 'laser-induced graphene' – a network of 2D graphene flakes that is produced by exposing carbon-rich materials to laser pulses – in 2012. 'We use a technique that first converts the material into amorphous ...
New technique lasers graphene ID tags directly onto foodNew Food

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A Film Made of Graphene Makes Filtering Dirty Water Easier Than Ever - Futurism

Google News - Graphene - Thu, 22/02/2018 - 11:37pm

A Film Made of Graphene Makes Filtering Dirty Water Easier Than Ever
Futurism
A new product made of graphene makes it possible to easily and cheaply make dirty water potable. The “wonder material” technology could be used to significantly boost the availability of clean drinking water to developing parts of the world. Scientists ...

Zero gravity graphene promises success in space - Phys.Org

Google News - Graphene - Thu, 22/02/2018 - 11:22pm

Phys.Org

Zero gravity graphene promises success in space
Phys.Org
"Graphene as we know has a lot of opportunities. One of them, recognised early on, is space applications, and this is the first time that graphene has been tested in space-like applications, worldwide," said Professor Andrea Ferrari, Director of the ...

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Applied Graphene Materials launches the Genable platform for the incorporation of graphene into coatings formulations

Graphene Info - Thu, 22/02/2018 - 4:50pm

Applied Graphene Materials has announced the launch of the Genable platform dispersion technology for the incorporation of graphene into coatings formulations. This launch reportedly Follows 3 years of development work, driven by direct engagement with global industry partners. Applied

Achieving the consistent and successful incorporation of graphene into existing manufacturing processes and formulations is well recognized as a challenge for companies seeking to incorporate graphene nanoplatelets in their products. The materials technology behind AGM’s Genable range has been developed to address this critical area. Genable dispersions are said to achieve long term stablity and are designed to be delivered easily into existing manufacturing processes.

Applied Graphene Materials launches the Genable platform for the incorporation of graphene into coatings formulations - Graphene-Info (blog)

Google News - Graphene - Thu, 22/02/2018 - 4:50pm

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Applied Graphene Materials launches the Genable platform for the incorporation of graphene into coatings formulations
Graphene-Info (blog)
Applied Graphene Materials has announced the launch of the Genable platform dispersion technology for the incorporation of graphene into coatings formulations. This launch reportedly Follows 3 years of development work, driven by direct engagement with ...

GRAPHENE 3D Lab to use graphene to harvest thermal energy produced in Bitcoin mining - Graphene-Info (blog)

Google News - Graphene - Thu, 22/02/2018 - 4:27pm

GRAPHENE 3D Lab to use graphene to harvest thermal energy produced in Bitcoin mining
Graphene-Info (blog)
Graphene 3D Labs logo Graphene 3D Lab patents a graphene-based technology to harvest thermal energy produced in Bitcoin mining. The supercomputers used to mine Bitcoin and other digital currencies give off a lot of thermal energy, which is currently ...

GRAPHENE 3D Lab to use graphene to harvest thermal energy produced in Bitcoin mining

Graphene Info - Thu, 22/02/2018 - 4:27pm

Graphene 3D Lab patents a graphene-based technology to harvest thermal energy produced in Bitcoin mining. The supercomputers used to mine Bitcoin and other digital currencies give off a lot of thermal energy, which is currently mostly wasted, and so G3L's technology will be used to capture this energy and redirect it to power fridges and A/C units.

Graphene 3D Lab’s technology uses graphene-based modules to harvest the thermal energy given off by these powerful machines and redirects it into heating and/ or refrigeration solutions. Not only will G3L’s technology boost return on investment for data center operations, it is also expected to help reduce the environmental footprint of data processing.

From Graphene to Diamonds, the HPHT Lab is Driving Materials Research Forward - UCR Today (press release)

Google News - Graphene - Thu, 22/02/2018 - 4:33am

UCR Today (press release)

From Graphene to Diamonds, the HPHT Lab is Driving Materials Research Forward
UCR Today (press release)
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (www.ucr.edu) – Metals are one of the most widely used materials in the world, serving as one of the elemental building blocks of society and technology. The combination of different elemental metals are what are known as metal alloys ...

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Reinventing the Inductor - The UCSB Current

Google News - Graphene - Thu, 22/02/2018 - 4:06am

The UCSB Current

Reinventing the Inductor
The UCSB Current
The UCSB team designed a new kind of spiral inductor comprised of multiple layers of graphene. Single-layer graphene exhibits a linear electronic band structure and a correspondingly large momentum relaxation time (MRT) — a few picoseconds or higher ...

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Graphene 3D Lab patents technology which harvests thermal energy produced in Bitcoin mining - Proactive Investors UK

Google News - Graphene - Thu, 22/02/2018 - 1:08am

Proactive Investors UK

Graphene 3D Lab patents technology which harvests thermal energy produced in Bitcoin mining
Proactive Investors UK
Each piece of mining hardware requires a significant amount of energy to produce Bitcoin and other digital currencies, and the miners - particularly the bigger data centers - have been looking for ways to make their operations more efficient and reduce ...

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Haydale enters graphene-based inks agreement with Graphene Platform - Graphene-Info (blog)

Google News - Graphene - Wed, 21/02/2018 - 5:48pm

Haydale enters graphene-based inks agreement with Graphene Platform
Graphene-Info (blog)
GPC will brand the inks as “GP Graphene Ink”, which will be specifically targeted to the printed electronics market primarily in Japan, but with the potential to target other Asian countries where there is also a significant market. Commenting on the ...

Haydale enters graphene-based inks agreement with Graphene Platform

Graphene Info - Wed, 21/02/2018 - 5:42pm

Haydale Graphene Industries, the global advanced materials group, has announced that Haydale Technologies Taiwan (‘HTW’) has signed a supply agreement for specific graphene-based and other specialty inks to Graphene Platform (‘GPC’), Tokyo, Japan.

GPC will brand the inks as “GP Graphene Ink”, which will be specifically targeted to the printed electronics market primarily in Japan, but with the potential to target other Asian countries where there is also a significant market.

C-MET develops a rapidly rechargeable graphene-based emergency lamp - Graphene-Info (blog)

Google News - Graphene - Wed, 21/02/2018 - 5:35pm

C-MET develops a rapidly rechargeable graphene-based emergency lamp
Graphene-Info (blog)
The India-based Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET) has designed and developed a graphene-based emergency lamp which can be fully charged in less than two minutes. Commercially available emergency lamps rely on a battery which ...

C-MET develops a rapidly rechargeable graphene-based emergency lamp

Graphene Info - Wed, 21/02/2018 - 5:18pm

The India-based Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET) has designed and developed a graphene-based emergency lamp which can be fully charged in less than two minutes.

Commercially available emergency lamps rely on a battery which requires a minimum of three hours to get fully charged. Use of graphene-based supercapacitors, instead of the battery, reportedly ensures more life for the storage system of the lamp. It can be directly charged from the power supply in one or two minutes and provide light for up to 30-60 minutes. Another attractive feature of the lamp is its excellent power efficiency coupled with long operating life. It can also be charged from solar power, as was reported. C-MET has filed an Indian patent application for this technology.

First Graphene provides updates on the BEST Battery project - Graphene-Info (blog)

Google News - Graphene - Wed, 21/02/2018 - 5:13pm

Graphene-Info (blog)

First Graphene provides updates on the BEST Battery project
Graphene-Info (blog)
FGR supplied the following highlights: a pilot production line for manufacturing the BEST Battery has been set up, able to manufacture a commercial prototype of BEST Battery that reportedly meets the industrial requirements and standards. It was said ...

First Graphene provides updates on the BEST Battery project

Graphene Info - Wed, 21/02/2018 - 5:04pm

First Graphene has provided an update on its work with the Swinburne University of Technology (SUT) on the development of the BEST Battery. FGR holds a 70% interest in Graphene Solutions, the company which has contracted with the Swinburne University of Technology to advance the supercapacitor technology.

FGR supplied the following highlights: a pilot production line for manufacturing the BEST Battery has been set up, able to manufacture a commercial prototype of BEST Battery that reportedly meets the industrial requirements and standards. It was said that the single layer BEST Battery is able to hold LED light for 15-20 minutes on only several seconds of charging time, and that an eight layer prototype was achieved. Scale-up work is continuing with steady improvements in performance, as does the optimization of design aspects and processes. FGR reports the use of raw materials to improve efficiencies in both cost and performance. Also reported were prototype designs for graphene-based flexible smart watchbands that will reportedly offer great advantages over existing watches in weight, charging times and battery life.

Versarien enters graphene-based medical technology development collaboration - Graphene-Info (blog)

Google News - Graphene - Wed, 21/02/2018 - 4:38pm

DirectorsTalk Interviews

Versarien enters graphene-based medical technology development collaboration
Graphene-Info (blog)
This project will utilize strain sensors printed with graphene ink using methods which have been developed by the Company's subsidiary, Cambridge Graphene Limited. Trials will take place at the internationally renowned Addenbrooke's Hospital in ...
Versarien PLC Medical Technology CollaborationDirectorsTalk Interviews

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