Graphene acquisition

Materials specialist Versarien has acquired a majority stake in Cambridge Graphene, a spin out from the University of Cambridge which has commercialised graphene inks for novel technology applications.

  • Versarien buys stake in Cambridge Graphene

    Materials specialist Versarien has acquired a majority stake in Cambridge Graphene, a spin out from the University of Cambridge which has commercialised graphene inks for novel technology applications.

    Mark Shepherd, CEO of Cambridge Graphene, ...
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  • Mechanical pixels for energy efficient colour displays

    Researchers from TU Delft and Graphenea in Spain have found a way to create what they call 'mechanical pixels'. While the pixels, created using balloon like structures, do not emit light, they could be used in energy-efficient colour displays for a range of ... Read More
  • Predicting noise in photonic circuits

    Researchers at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology believe it will be possible to predict accurately the level of noise caused by the amplification of photonic and plasmonic signals in nanoscale optoelectronic circuits. The scientists say their ... Read More
  • Atomically precise graphene nanoribbons become semiconductors

    Atomically precise graphene nanoribbons (APGNRs) could be integrated onto nonmetallic substrates according to researchers from the Beckman Institute at the University of Illinois and from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

    "APGNRs are serious ...
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