Graphene Infographic

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I discovered this graphene infographic from VisualCapitalist today and thought it would help to get new visitors to the site up to speed on the subject. Infographics are great for getting across a lot of information succinctly and clearly, and this one does the job with style. All due respect to Lomiko Metals for funding the project.


Graphene - the 2d material that could change everything.


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Vorbeck Wins “Oscar of Innovation”

Research and development awards 2012

Vorbeck Materials, in partnership with Pacific Northwest National Labs (PNNL) and Princeton University, was recognized today by R&D Magazine for developing one of the 100 most significant scientific and technological products or advances of the year.

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New Facility at NUS to Push the Frontiers of Graphene Research

National University of Singapore graphene research lab

The S$15 million nano-science and nano-technology graphene research facility is the first of its kind in Asia dedicated to graphene

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Haydale Agrees Supply Partnership.


Haydale Limited (“Haydale”), and Cheap Tubes Inc (“CTi”), earlier this week announced that they have reached agreement for CTi to act as the exclusive agent for the supply of the Haydale HDPlas™ nano products in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

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Graphene and the “European Paradox”


An article published today in the Financial Times sorely laments the lack of funding in the development of graphene in Europe and the failure of companies to invest in taking the material out of the university and into industry.

The article raises a number of important questions associated with the future control of graphene technologies. It points out the uncomfortable fact that the UK and Europe lead the world in the publication of academic papers but fall considerably far behind the rest of the world when it comes to patents.

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