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Indium-carbon bonding for catalysis

Researchers have found that crumpling graphene makes it more than 10,000 times more sensitive to DNA by creating electrical ‘hotspots’.

A novel separator with conductive carbon nanotubes can prevent lithium-metal batteries from heating up and catching fire in case of a short circuit.

A novel analytical model can identify how twisted graphene sheets behave and determine their stability at different sizes and temperatures.

Researchers have found that small grooves in filter paper can cause single-walled carbon nanotubes to line up side-by-side in 2D films.

Scientists have developed a graphene device that can display three distinct properties: superconducting, insulating and magnetic.

Scientists have developed a novel material made from graphene oxide and a protein that can self-assemble into tissue-like vascular structures.

Prof. Barbara Rothen-Rutishauser is using an Agents of Change grant to empower women in academia

new nanoparticle catalyst could drive artificial photosynthesis to provide clean energy while removing anthropogenic CO2 from the atmosphere

A new bendable supercapacitor made from graphene can charge quickly and safely store a record-high level of energy for use over a long period.

Researchers have developed a computer model that can predict the thermochemistry of a new high-performance electric solid propellant.

Using a low-powered laser, researchers have been able to fabricate graphene features as small as 12µm onto the surface of a polymer.

Fluidizing catalyst particles in electrolyte instead of gluing them to electrodes avoids a rapid decline in electrocatalytic performance.

Using a peel-away layer of graphene, researchers can produce freestanding ultrathin layers of complex oxides and then stack them together.

detecting trapped hydrogen could help design of embrittlement-resistant steels for low-carbon technologies

A novel technique that utilizes second harmonic generation and dark field imaging can quickly and sensitively characterize defects in 2D materials.

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