Cells can be grown in micropatterns of poly-D-lysine on graphene, opening a door for cell bassed sensor applications.
CSIRO scientists have developed new nanosensors capable of detecting very low concentrations of toxic gases such as ammonia and nitrogen dioxide, which can be reset using water molecules or ethanol.
Recent research into combining graphene, graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide with polymers for use as barrier materials is reviewed.
Researchers from Germany the US and Spain have discovered why graphene’s electron conduction can’t be completely stopped.
Concentric hexagons of graphene grown in a furnace are first synthesis of graphene nanoribbons on metal from the bottom up — atom by atom.
Electronic components built from graphene could pave the way for smaller, faster and more green and sustainable electronic devices.