Tag: graphene

Paragraf: All Set To Bring First Graphene-Based Electronic Device In Next Few Months

Scientists first isolated graphene — a transparent layer of carbon just one atom thick — in 2004. Almost immediately, we began

A Step Closer To Graphene-Based Microprocessors

The growing popularity of digital devices has spurred the need for integrated circuits that are light weight, consume ultra-low

88% Graphene Yield From Discarded Dry Cell Batteries

Graphene, a form of carbon, is transparent and flexible conductor with a range of applications including in making solar

Making Construction Environment Friendly

Scientists at the University of Exeter in the UK just came up with a greener, stronger concrete using graphene which

Thermal Resonator – Creating Electricity From Thin Air

Researchers at MIT have come up with a device they call a thermal resonator that harvests energy from changes

A New Nanotech Display Device for Mobiles and Laptops, SOON…

In a feat comparable to the fable of blind man who carried a lame man on his back, lending

Mobile Sliding Menu