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A Graphene Window to Better Microfluidics

September 5, 2016

Working with protein microcrystals can be an enormously challenging endeavor. Aside from their extremely small size, microcrystals can be delicate, difficult to handle, and susceptible to radiation [more...]

Graphene for Nanopore-based DNA Sequencing

May 8, 2015

Fig.1 Optical and schematic images of a GFET device A research team led by Steven Prawer and Jiri Cervenka at the University of Melbourne, Australia fabricated a graphene field-effect transistor [more...]

Graphene Structures Created with 3D Printing

February 21, 2015

Image Credit: Advanced Materials/Esther García-Tuñon et al. Researchers have created a graphene composite paste that can be 3D printed into complex, patterned structures. Super-strong, super-light, [more...]

Optimizing Graphene Characterization

November 16, 2014

Graphene is an atomic-scale honeycomb latticemade of carbon atoms (Credit: Wikipedia)  Before 2004, when Geim and Novoselov demonstrated the existence of graphene, a single-atomic-layer-thick [more...]