Making green hydrogen from plastic waste

Graphene by-product offsets ‘flash’ hydrogen production costs, Rice study finds.

Puzzle solved: Why graphene is so much more permeable to protons?

Graphene discovery could help generate hydrogen cheaply and sustainably.

The microscopic phases of magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene were observed for the first time

New study captures behavior of interacting electrons that give rise to insulating states.

Scientists report record-high magnetoresistance in graphene

Wonder material graphene claims yet another superlative.

Scientists overcome the scaling challenges of quantum optomechanical systems

Optomechanics simulates graphene lattices.

Advancing atomic-scale manufacturing

Graphene appeared impervious to the electron beam.

Study found evidence of waveguiding in a unique quantum material

Physicists see light waves moving through a metal.

Developing the next-generation semiconductor LC2

It is the world’s first synthesis technology that can make a single crystal hBN thin film at a preferred thickness.

Activated carbon could also eliminate the smell of urine from diapers

Activated carbon is used in the kitchen hood to remove food.

A “family” of robust, superconducting graphene structures found

The findings could inform the design of practical superconducting devices.

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