Monday, May 16, 2022


Creating quantum materials in an easy way

This work could potentially create quantum devices such as orbital magnets and superconductors in the future.

Scientists captured low-level noise of a single bacterium

These findings deepen our understanding of processes underlying cellular dynamics.

A tunable graphene-based platform to study rare physics

Finely controlled approach enables ‘exceptional’ devices; has implications for future optoelectronics.

Improving lab-on-chip at-home diagnostic tests with graphene

A way for high-performance lab-on-chip chemical sensing systems against infectious diseases.

Scientists created the most perfect graphene yet

New discovery allows for scalable production of fold-free and ad-layer-free single-crystal graphene.

A thermal switch to moderate heat of electronic devices

It functions as a resistor in an electrical circuit.

A rare type of superconductivity observed in magic-angle twisted trilayer graphene

New findings might help inform the design of more powerful MRI machines or robust quantum computers.

A graphene filter for efficient carbon capture

Graphene filter makes carbon capture more efficient and cheaper.

Producing highly efficient X-ray detectors

3D-printing perovskites on graphene make next-gen X-ray detectors.

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