How Graphene Protects Copper From Corrosion

Scientists in South Korea have demonstrated that graphene forms a hybrid layer with copper oxide to slow down further corrosion of copper metal.

Graphene Origami At The Nano Scale

Using high-quality graphene nanoislands, researchers in China and the US have achieved graphene folding with a precision of 0.1°.

To Chill, Just Squeeze

Scientists in Japan have developed a new type of refrigeration that generates a liquid-to-gas transition when a nanosponge is squeezed.

Turning Graphene Into A Bacteria Sensor

When combined with microfluidics and antibodies, graphene can become a powerful bacteria biosensor, researchers say.

Stacking Graphene Enhances Its Performance

Stacking 100 graphene layers together helps gets the most out of graphite, researchers in South Korea have found.

Transparent, Self-Charging Batteries To Power Devices

Scientists in South Korea have developed a transparent and flexible battery that can generate power and store it for later use.

Graphene Gives Semiconductors A Boost

Scientists in South Korea have combined graphene with amorphous carbon to increase its signal transmission efficiency and stability for use in semiconductor devices.

7 Must-Read Stories In April 2019

April 2019 saw the passing of Dr Sydney Brenner, but his legacy lives on, and the march of science continues in many laboratories around the world.

NUS Recruits Nobel Laureate Konstantin Novoselov As Faculty

Professor Konstantin Novoselov is the first Nobel laureate to be recruited by a Singapore university and will lead a research group working on intelligent materials.

Supercapacitors Stabilized By Graphene Mesosponges

A continuous three-dimensional framework of graphene known as a mesosponge can be used to make supercapacitors more stable.