The next big thing for batteries may have fizzled out years ago.
Graphene Mining News
Ames Lab scientists are working towards mastering graphene's assembly in combination with other materials.
Australia’s Dotz Nano has found a new use for coal that could be a welcome boost to the dying industry, particularly in the US.
Everybody seems to love Graphene, the one-atom-thick sheets of carbon that aren't just super flexible, harder than diamond, and stronger than steel, but are also able to conduct electricity better than copper.
The world is well-versed in the power of disruptive technologies, but what about disruptive metals?
Over-hyped or game-changer? How the differing views on graphene could result in lack of integration with flake graphite mining
Finding could result in exceptionally pristine samples, which are ideal to produce ultrafast electronics and advanced optics.
Even minute quantities add up at $1,500 an ounce.
The lightning-fast material stands a chance of becoming the next best thing in processors.
Carbyne is also around twice as stiff as the stiffest known materials.
One hundred femtoseconds.
Two main factors are acting as hard brakes on commercial growth.
The breakthrough will make it possible to create spintronic devices which could lead to revolutionizing the electronics industry.
Graphene inks have the potential to impact printed, flexible and foldable electronics.
A "scatter gun approach" to patent filing.
Self-help manuals tell us that what we focus on, we manifest. This is certainly true for rare earth elements enthusiast Chris Berry.
It can recharge in 30 seconds, and it can also grow chard
Company will work with European research consortium on new applications and products.
A super material? Graphene soaks up nuclear waste and helps in the treatment of Alzheimer’s and cancer
Two ground-breaking studies seem to indicate that we are going to hear lots more about graphene, a two-dimensional material made of pure carbon with "superpowers."
Graphene amongst the thinnest, lightest, strongest and most conductive substances