29 Jul '12, 4pm

“Mr. Watson, Come Here. I Have Graphene!”

“Mr. Watson, Come Here. I Have Graphene!”

Tina Casey specializes in military and corporate sustainability, advanced technology, emerging materials, biofuels, and water and wastewater issues. She is a regular contributor to Cleantechnica.com, TriplePundit.com, and IdeaLab.Talkingpointsmemo.com, and she is currently Deputy Director of Public Information for the County of Union, New Jersey. Tina’s articles are reposted frequently on Reuters, Scientific American, and many other sites. You can also follow her on twitter @TinaMCasey, and on Tumblr. Her professional background includes three years as Deputy Director of Public Affairs for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, and two years as a researcher for the city’s Department of Consumer Affairs.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2012/07/29/mr-watson-come-here-i...

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Researchers ‘cut the #graphene cake’.

Researchers ‘cut the #graphene cake’.

newelectronics.co.uk 30 Jul '12, 9am

The team at the University of Manchester says that sandwiching individual graphene sheets between insulating layers could ...

#Graphene #photonic chip could enable lower power #telecommunications.

#Graphene #photonic chip could enable lower pow...

newelectronics.co.uk 16 Jul '12, 9am

The team at Columbia Engineering created a hybrid graphene-silicon device whose optical nonlinearity enabled system parame...

Graphene can repair itself when damaged #TechNews

Graphene can repair itself when damaged #TechNews

element14.com 27 Jul '12, 9am

They found that the repaired graphene structure depended on the kind of carbon used. If they incorporated hydrocarbon, the...

Stevens Institute of Technology and mPhase to e...

greencarcongress.com 22 Jul '12, 11am

Stevens Institute of Technology and mPhase to explore graphene-based inkjet printing of electrodes and circuits 22 July 20...

New Method Developed for Making a Transistor from Graphene: German and Swedish researchers add new steps to maki...

New Method Developed for Making a Transistor fr...

spectrum.ieee.org 19 Jul '12, 5pm

Researchers from Germany and Sweden have developed a new method for creating a transistor from graphene , according to an ...