GRAPHENE: “Activated graphene boosts supercaps”

Brookhaven National Laboratory recently characterized activated graphene fabricated at the University of Texas-Austin, concluding that it had an power density that could rival batteries, at a quick-recharge rate that exceeded batteries, and a lifetime of at least 10,000 charge/discharge cycles.

May 18, 2011- Source: http://nextgenlog.blogspot.com/2011/05/graphene-activated-graphene-boosts.html

This Graphene-Coated Silicon Power Cell Signals a Battery-Free Future

3D Graphene: Solar Power’s Next Platinum?

Yun Hang Hu, a professor of materials science and engineering, has developed a new, inexpensive material that could replace platinum in solar cells without degrading their efficiency. The material is a three-dimensional form of graphene with a honeycomb structure.

8/22/2013- Source: http://www.merid.org/en/Content/News_Services/Nanotechnology_and_Development_News/Articles/2013/Aug/22/solar.aspx

Exploring the Potential Applications of Graphene-Based Devices

Researchers have attempted to use graphene as a replacement for silicon in semiconductor devices. The problem with graphene in its unaltered form is that it does not have a band gap. The basic idea is to chemically modify the graphene so that it retains its unusually high mobility, but introduces a band gap to […]

Flexible touch-screen displays for mobile devices

Graphene has extraordinary properties which will lead to a revolution in many technology areas.ByungHee Hong, Jong-Hyun Ahn and co-workers have demonstrated roll-to-roll production and wet chemical doping of mostly monolayer graphene films grown by chemical vapour deposition onto flexible copper substrates.

Source: http://www.graphene.manchester.ac.uk/future/

Graphene Computer Chips Run on Light Instead of Electricity

A trio of studies was just published in Nature Photonics that detail a new technique for using graphene as the light-friendly base for computer chips & it’s designed by researchers at MIT, Columbia and IBM’s T.J. Watson Research Center. Scientists are hopeful that the material will soon make the jump from the lab to […]

Graphene May Help in Rapid Advancement of Optoelectronic Devices

Scientists from Massachusetts Institute of Technology have discovered an important and beneficial property of graphene. This property is related to optics and can open new ways of efficient energy harvesting from sunlight and superfast photo-sensors.

November 04, 2011 Source: http://technorati.com/technology/article/graphene-may-help-in-rapid-advancement/

Advancing Graphene for Post-Silicon Computer Logic

A team of researchers from the University of California, Riverside’s Bourns College of Engineering have solved a problem that previously presented a serious hurdle for the use of graphene in electronic devices.

September 3, 2013- Source: http://ucrtoday.ucr.edu/17286

Scientists discover graphene heals itself

Scientists have discovered that the material graphene has the power to heal itself, opening up new possibilities for a number of future applications.The material is made up of carbon sheets that are just a single atom in thickness, making them incredibly thin and very easy to damage. Yet their fragility also introduces a major […]

Graphene Discovery Could Lower Costs and Improve Computer Chips

Recently published in Nature Photonics, researchers at MIT, Columbia University and IBM’s T. J. Watson Research Center note a promising new application of graphene, where it can be used in photo detectors that would convert optical signals to electrical signals in integrated optoelectronic computer chips.

Sep 16, 2013- Source: http://www.designntrend.com/articles/7937/20130916/graphene-discovery-lower-costs-improve-computer-chips.htm