Wonder-Material Graphene Could Prove a Splash for Clean Water

Wonder-material graphene could be used to cheaply and effectively make dirty water clean. That’s the verdict from the National Graphene Institute (NGI) at the University of Manchester and the UK-based filter manufacturer LifeSaver, which have embarked on an 18-month research project to commercialise graphene-based water filters. They say one of …

International Conference on Graphene and Semiconductors

Graphene and semiconductor is designed in such a way to provide diverse and current research that will provide an in-depth analysis in that field. The International Conference on Graphene and semiconductor is organized with a theme of “The Rising Era of Graphene” with an objective to encourage young minds to …

Eco-Friendly Graphene-Based Paint Launches in the UK

A new paint made with graphene could save energy and cut the heating and cooling bills of buildings across the UK, following its national launch in the country earlier this month. Graphenstone, which its Spanish makers The Graphene Company claim is the world’s most environmentally friendly paint, uses the super …

American Fern Inspires Groundbreaking New Solar Storage Solution

Energy storage has been a leading obstacle to widespread adoption of solar energy, but that may be about to change. A new nature-inspired electrode developed by two scientists at RMIT University in Australia could hold the key to drastically improved storage. Their electrode, which is based on patterns in the …