Graphene can efficiently filter nuclear waste

The 'wonder material' graphene can be used to clean up nuclear waste by filtering different isotopes of hydrogen, a new study has found.

Scientists claim to have found new template for bone regrowth

Graphene based polymer nanocomposites are processed differently while making 2-D substrates and 3-D scaffolds.  

Graphene improves microphone sensitivity by 30 times

Graphene improves microphone sensitivity by 30 times

Scientists have developed a graphene-based microphone which is nearly 32 times more sensitive than microphones of standard nickel-based construction.

Graphene could revolutionise night-vision technology

The concept of humans - or aliens - having the power to see in the infrared to help fight enemies in the dark has been around for decades.

Chinese scientists discover 'super-material'

 Chinese scientists have discovered a "super material" that is as light as a balloon yet strong as metal, the media reported on Sunday.

Inexpensive graphene made from tea tree extract

Inexpensive graphene made from tea tree extract

A cheap and quick way to manufacture the 'wonder material' graphene using tea tree extract has been developed by scientists, including one of Indian-origin.

Scientists develop faster method to produce graphene

Scientists develop faster method to produce graphene

 Researchers have found a faster, scalable method to develop few-layer graphene for use in energy storage and other material applications.

Cooler computers, smartphones using graphene

Almost half of the total energy used in running a computer goes in cooling it down. That is going to change now.

Cooler computers, smartphones using graphene

 Almost half of the total energy used in running a computer goes in cooling it down. That is going to change now.

World's thinnest light bulb is here

 Imagine how thin a light 'bulb' could be? Well, it could be just one atom thick!

Graphene may be used to build fuel-free spacecraft

The wonder material graphene may be used to build fuel-free spacecraft that runs on just sunlight, researchers say.

Graphene allows for glasses-free 3D holograms

Researchers have used a graphene-based material to create a pop-up 3D floating display which does not require special glasses.

Scientists find novel way to produce better graphene

 A team from the California Institute of Technology has invented a new method to produce "wonder material" graphene at the room temperature that can help pave the way for better graphene-based solar cells and light-emitting diodes, large-panel displays and flexible electronics.

Black phosphorus is new 'wonder material'

Black phosphorus can be used to transfer data at high speed on nanoscale optical circuits, a new research has found.

Chinese firms launch world's first graphene phones

Two Chinese firms have beaten global competition to launch phones with touch screens, batteries and thermal conduction incorporating graphene, a recently isolated material with outstanding electrical, chemical and mechanical properties.

Scientists turn graphene into effective anti-cancer drug

A team including an Indian-origin researcher Aravind Vijayaraghavan from the University of Manchester has used graphene to target and neutralise cancer stem cells while not harming other cells.

First graphene-based LED display paves way for more efficient, flexible electronic devices

First graphene-based LED display paves way for more efficient, flexible electronic devices

First graphene-based LED display has paved way for more efficient flexible and see-through electronic devices, it has been reported.

Researchers make magnetic graphene

Researchers have found a way to induce magnetism in graphene while also preserving its electronic properties, an advance that may pave the way for new multi-functional electronic devices.

Graphene shows promise for bulletproof vests

 Wonder material graphene has revolutionised batteries and super-conductors. Now it has been demonstrated by scientists that it is 10 times better than steel at stopping bullets.

Graphene potentially useful in fuel cell technology: Study

 Graphene, impermeable to gases and liquids, can easily allow protons to pass through it, suggesting it could be a promising candidate for use in hydrogen fuel cells, according to a new study published in the journal Nature.