Graphene World Summit 2014

 Maine Smithers Apex, in association with the Graphene Stakeholders Association, is pleased to announce the first Graphene World Summit, taking place September 15-16, 2014 in Berkeley, California. This inaugural event will focus on bringing together the scientific and business communities for technical collaboration, scientific exchange, and the successful development and commercialization of graphene and potentially other 2-D materials.

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International Graphene Electronics Market: Forecasts to 2023

Graphene has found footing in the semiconductor and electronics vertical, providing enormous scope of products and devices. The industry is witnessing a boom of new product developments, patent filings, mergers, collaborations and other alliances by a number of research organizations and companies. The integration of the research institutes with commercial players is the key activity of the industry.

This report is a culmination of extensive primary and secondary research. It provides complete quantitative and qualitative information of the graphene electronics market and all its related segments (both – shipments and market revenue & value wise), and also forecasts the same till 2023.

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Perpetuus Carbon Technologies Enters Graphene Supply Market

Ammanford Wales UK (PRWEB) February 25, 2014

Perpetuus Carbon Technologies, a part of the Perpetuus Carbon Group based in Ammanford, South West Wales has entered the graphene supply market. Perpetuus have developed the largest environmentally friendly production facilities for graphenes in Europe and are capable of producing 100 tonnes of high quality graphenes per annum. The business intends to extend its production capacity to 500 tonnes per annum by the end of the year.

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Light Speed Computing With Graphene

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Every second, your com­puter must process bil­lions of com­pu­ta­tional steps to pro­duce even the sim­plest out­puts. Imagine if every one of those steps could be made just a tiny bit more effi­cient. “It would save pre­cious nanosec­onds,” explained North­eastern Uni­v. assis­tant pro­fessor of physics Swastik Kar.

Kar and his col­league Yung Joon Jung, an asso­ciate pro­fessor in the Depart­ment of Mechan­ical and Indus­trial Engi­neering, have devel­oped a series of novel devices that do just that. Their work was pub­lished Sunday in the journal Nature Pho­tonics.

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