Carbon news, July 2016

Scientists have found a way to create a strong composite material made from lots of uniformly stacked layers of graphene and polycarbonate.

Recipients of the 2015 Acta student awards

freshly made stacks of a few graphene oxide sheets are excreted quickly and efficiently from the body

Michael Strano joins Carbon Editorial Board.

Italian researchers have developed a supercapacitor from graphene and copper that can be integrated into fabrics.

Scientists have produced enhanced 'rivet graphene' by adding carbon nanotubes and carbon spheres encasing iron nanoparticles.

3D paper-based MFC that uses capillary action and so does not need an external power source

Scientists at NASA have developed a mirror made from carbon nanotubes embedded in an epoxy resin for use in a satellite telescope.

Using lanthanides as catalysts in zeolites for producing porous, 3D graphene-like networks

Professor Jeff Dahn is the 2016 Energy Storage Materials Lecture Award winner.

Cheap wireless smartphone-integrated sensors that detect toxic gas.

Scientists have combined graphene with molybdenum disulfide to create an atomically-thin transistor.

Using rod-shaped bacteria to introduce nanoscale wrinkles into graphene causes it to conduct electrons differently in perpendicular directions.

Scientists have discovered that the wettability and adhesion of graphene can be controlled by doping it with metals and polymers.

By integrating graphene with two other nanomaterials, scientists have produced a simple, compact and high-speed voltage-controlled oscillator.

An innovative material made from waste biomass offers an efficient and selective approach for capturing carbon dioxide emissions.

New Editor-in-Chief for Materials Today's sister title

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