Researchers at the University of Exeter have used CMOS-compatible processes to create graphene-based humidity sensors with performance on par with commercial ones. The process was demonstrated on an array of sensors produced on a 4” silicon wafer as well as on transparent and flexible PET. The work paves the way to practical use of 2D materials in low-cost, low-power, wearable and flexible...
Display components consume the most power in electronic devices such as smartphones. Portable devices usually convert electricity into light to show images and videos, which spends much energy. Alternatively, reflective-type displays in e-book readers consume little power but cannot provide colourful images nor fast frame rates to reproduce videos. Standard technologies cannot meet the...
The Graphene Flagship Annual Report 2018 is now available for download. Increasing technology readiness levels (TRL), and material quality and consistency remain the key pillars of advancing towards commercialization. As stated by the Flagship Director himself, reproducibility and manufacturability are becoming increasingly important as the technology matures and shifts from labs to the society.
Graphenea, leader in graphene production, is currently looking for a talented
(Chemist / Physicist / Materials Scientist)
Graphenea, which is based in San Sebastian, Basque Country (Spain), has been created with the mission of developing graphene-based process and product technology, as well as conducting related research activities.
The position holder, working closely with...
Jesus de la Fuente