Graphene 2014 – Make A Date For The Global Graphene Technology Revolution Conference.


The organizers of Graphene 2014 (4th edition – Graphene conference series) are pleased to announce the upcoming International Conference on Graphene to be held in Toulouse (France), home of Airbus. The event will be held from 6 to 9 of May 2014 at the Centre de Congrès Pierre Baudis.

The largest European event on Graphene is back: Graphene 2014 takes flight in Toulouse

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Graphene Market Set To Explode – Analysts Expect 55.54% From 2013 – 2023

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According to a new market research report “Graphene Electronics Market: Materials (PV, Electronics); Devices (Supercapacitors, Transistors, Spintronics, Sensors, ICs and Chips, Lenses); Products (Computing, Consumer, Memory, Display); Developments (Nanotubes and Ribbons, Fullerenes) (2013 – 2023)”, the total Graphene Technology market is expected to grow at an estimated CAGR of 55.54% from 2013 to 2023 which includes in-depth segmentation of material, products and devices.

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Haydale breakthrough graphene inks to accelerate graphene applications



Haydale announce breakthrough graphene inks based on HDPlas™ commercial technology to accelerate graphene applications

These new graphene inks enable the commercialisation in the near future of smart packaging, printed batteries, electrochemical sensors, flexible displays and potentially touch screens.

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American Graphite announce corporate update.

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LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Jun 24, 2013) – American Graphite Technologies Inc. (“AGIN” or the “Company”) (OTCBB: AGIN) and (BERLIN: A8G) (WKN:A1KBDQ/ISIN:US02640K1079) is pleased to announce a corporate update.

The Company is pleased to announce the completion of a recent funding totaling $145,000 of which $50,000 was a draw down under our financing agreement and $95,000 was by way of a units private placement offering.

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Molecular Computing On Graphene Chips



Electronic components built from single molecules using chemical synthesis could pave the way for smaller, faster and more green and sustainable electronic devices. Now for the first time, a transistor made from just one molecular monolayer has been made to work where it really counts; on a computer chip.

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