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A recent study published in the American Chemical Society describes a breathable underwater movement sensor that wirelessly alerts when a swimmer might be drowning An increase in fitness awareness among people is driving huge demand for flexible fitness trackers. The...
Researchers introduced a novel robotic system that can power itself by painting electrical circuits using graphene-based conductive ink Researchers find new ways to make robots self-reliant to complete missions in different familiar or unfamiliar environments. The robots to operate in...
Team of researchers has developed a unique MIP electrolytic biosensor that is based on the graphene nanoplatelet and polydopamine composites for creatinine detection. The classic Jaffe colorimetry technique mixed picric acid with creatinine to generate orange-red structure which can be...
Researchers advanced the conventional drug delivery systems by using graphite nanoparticles as nano-transporters The Researchers implemented the idea to use graphite nanomaterials in drug delivery systems as they possess unique qualities such as their 2D structure, mechanical stability, good conductivity,...
“Magic-angle twisted graphene” provides the ability to turn superconductivity off and on with a literal flip of a switch. Superconductivity is a phenomenon in which electrons in a material flow freely without any resistance. This also means that the electrons...
The researchers have developed a graphene-based sensor that allows accurate sensing and pressure for robotics. Researchers from Integrated Graphene and the University of West Scotland have recently developed new sensors that take advantage of graphene foam as its electrical properties...
Mono-layered graphene tattoos are a peculiar yet unique application used in personalised healthcare. Often used for monitoring different electrophysiological signals in human beings. Often they face a major issue, their impermeability to sweat and lack of reproducibility. A group...
"The results of the study open a new realm of many detection and imaging applications" The electrical characteristics of a material are determined by how electrons flow through it. When a voltage is put across a conducting substance, electrons begin...
Researchers from ICFO, NTU Singapore, and other universities collaborated to find how electric flow in bilayer graphene can be controlled by light. The research showing how light derails electrons through graphene was published in Science. The results of this...
These single-crystal graphene wafers are grown on insulating substrates like sapphire. Saudi Arabian researchers have grown single-crystal graphene on insulating substrates at a wafer scale. According to the researchers, this development is important because Field-effect transistors made from a sapphire-grown...
 
 

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