New Graphene Markets and Players Report Published

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DALLAS, September 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ —

Graphene is a hot topic. It promises to offer the best possible material properties in almost all applications. Its extraordinary performance has led many to call it the ‘superlative’ or ‘wonder’ material. The reality however is different and it is important to diligently separate hype from reality using detailed understanding of the graphene technology and industry. ReportsnReports.com offers two research reports on the Graphene Market that analyze the techonologies, markets, players and applications of Graphene with 2018 & 2022 forecasts for the industry.

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Graphene-Polymer Displays Anti-Bacterial Properties

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The latest piece of research to emerge from the University of Houston and Case Western Reserve University has shown that graphene may be used as a antimicrobial coating for surgical equipment and other surfaces. The news reinforces findings announced earlier this year by Prof Bingan Lu and strengthens the case for the use of graphene composites in applications where bacterial infection is thought problematic.

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New Graphene Market Report Published By IDTechEx

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LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Graphene promises to offer the best possible material properties in almost all applications. Its extraordinary performance has led many to call it the ‘superlative’ or ‘wonder’ material. The reality however is different.

“Graphene: Analysis of Technology, Markets and Players 2013-2018”

It is forecast however that 100 million dollars of graphene will be sold in 2018 into a range of applications, including RFID, smart packaging, super capacitors, composites, ITO replacement, sensors, logic and memory, etc.

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Titan To Help Manchester Team Explore The Chthonic Depths Of Graphene

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MANCHESTER, UK and HILLSBORO, Ore., Sept. 4, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The University of Manchester and FEI(Nasdaq:FEIC) are pleased to announce the installation of one of the world’s most powerful high-resolution microscopes―the Titan™ G2 80-200 scanning transmission electron microscope (S/TEM)―at the University’s School of Materials. The procurement of the new S/TEM from FEI was funded as part of an £8 million ($12.8 million USD) UK government investment for nuclear materials research at Manchester’sDalton Nuclear Institute.

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