According to international researchers, graphene is about to add “creates frickin’ lasers” to its growing list of achievements.
Researchers turn agricultural waste into an affordable carbon nanomaterial for high-power supercapacitors.
The marvelous material strikes again. This time, it’s going after the water crisis.
Even without optimization, the speaker delivers sound that is comparable or superior to performance of conventional-design commercial counterparts.
Researchers say a new technique to scale up fabrication of graphene micro-supercapacitors could have them replacing batteries, with vastly faster charging.
Defect-engineered graphene, the world’s thinnest material, could be used to boost the charging and discharging ability of li-ion batteries, scientists report.
MIT researchers say graphene membranes in reverse osmosis desalination could be a game changer – but much work remains.
A team from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has found a way of producing cheaper microbial fuel cells (MFCs).
Stanford researchers say they’ve found a way to enhance the original Edison nickel-iron electric car battery design such that it could be used in the EVs of today efficiently.
A team of researchers discovered a modified form of the material graphene with amazing thermal properties that could prevent laptops and other electronics from overheating.