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The miracle material that will change the world

Plastic Logic has just signed a collaboration agreement with Cambridge University’s Graphene Centre to research the use of graphene in flexible plastic electronics – and that means bendable smartphones, Kindles and iPads. “It has fantastic potential for flexible electronics,” says Mike Banach, director of research at Plastic Logic, which was founded by researchers from […]

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Graphene based technology

Graphene is another carbon-based nanomaterial that is receiving a lot of attention since Geim and Novoselov were awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics for its discovery. Graphene is a single atomic layer of carbon, equivalent to a CNT that has been “unrolled” into a two-dimensional structure as shown in Figure 3. Graphene is […]

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Future Applications of Graphene (Samsung Version)

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Samsung’s world first graphene pilot factory

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Samsung Bending and Curving Smartphone

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Graphene 3D Lab Launched

Graphene 3D Labs, a company focused on the development and manufacturing of next-generation graphene-enhanced materials for 3D printing, has been officially launched. Graphene 3D Labs, Inc., founded as a spinout of Graphene Laboratories, Inc., utilizes proprietary technologies aimed at enhancing the properties of materials currently used in 3D printers.

Nov. 22, 2013-Source:  http://www.graphenelabs.com/Graphene-3d-Lab-a/294.htm

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Graphene OLED Thin Film Displays

Columbia University physics professor Philip Kim, who is a coauthor of the new paper, says that chemical vapor deposition is one of the cheapest ways to make quality graphene on a large scale and should be compatible with existing semiconductor fabrication technologies. Right now, the researchers can make four-inch pieces, but Hong says that […]

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Transparent graphene-based display could enable contact lens computers

Augmented reality generated in the form of a contact lens, with embedded pixels, would have many advantages over a glasses-based design. Many companies are currently working on ways to build curved LCDs, or even flexible LCDs, that could be embedded into a contact. Unless you want a full-scale bionic vision implant which sends the […]

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Samsung patents graphene networks for touch screens

The idea of using graphene in flexible touch screens is not new. Samsung itself has other patents related to the idea, however the most recent one covers a broad ground and might put Samsung at a significant advantage in the near future. The ability to provide inexpensive touch screens would allow for cheap smartphones, […]

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Graphene sheets with less flap

Researchers in Australia have developed a new way to make graphene – the atom-thin sheets that stack together to make the graphite found in pencil ‘lead’. The discovery could speed the use of graphene in flexible electronics – such as thin LCD displays.

28 January 2008- Source:  http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/News/2008/January/28010802.asp

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