Researchers in China make a stretchable graphene-based motion sensor that can monitor all types of human activities with ultrahigh sensitivity.
A team of researchers at Stanford University has developed shape-controlled, self-wrapping electronics based on carbon nanotubes.
Chinese researchers have developed a graphene-based composite material to improve the performance of lithium-sulfur batteries.
Different types of photodetectors realized with carbon nanotubes are presented in this comprehensive review article.
Prof. Zhu and his co-workers from North Carolina State University have used a traditional method to advance CNT thin film production.
Jim Yang Lee and colleagues have designed a clever method to apply the concept of traffic engineering to the electron transport in lithium-ion batteries.
A team of researchers from Hefei, China use bee pollens in the synthesis of carbon dots with applications in bioimaging and catalysis.
Professor Ozin asks the question; do we want war or peace with CO2?
Researchers have developed a method for breaking up CNT bundles to deliver individual nanotubes using surface acoustic waves in a piezoelectric substrate.
Flexible MXene/carbon composite electrodes composed of alternating layers of titanium carbide-based MXene and carbon nanotubes have been fabricated.