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Coffee stains inspire optimal printing technique for electronics

Coffee stains inspire optimal printing technique for electronics

Using an alcohol mixture, researchers modified how ink droplets dry, enabling cheap industrial-scale printing of electronic devices at unprecedented scales.

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CGC student Jakob E. Muench wins Hamilton prize

CGC student Jakob E. Muench wins Hamilton prize

CGC graduate student Jakob E. Muench received the Hamilton Prize for his work on graphene photodetectors for telecom applications.

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Smog-eating graphene composite reduces atmospheric pollution

Smog-eating graphene composite reduces atmospheric pollution

A graphene-titania photocatalyst degrades up to 70% more atmospheric NOx than standard titania nanoparticles in tests on real pollutants.

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Nanowires replace Newton’s famous glass prism

Nanowires replace Newton’s famous glass prism

Scientists have designed an ultra-miniaturised device that could image single cells without the need for a microscope or make chemical fingerprint analysis possible from within a smartphone camera.

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Cambridge partners in new €1 billion European Quantum Flagship

Cambridge partners in new €1 billion European Quantum Flagship

The University of Cambridge is a partner in the Quantum Flagship, one of the most ambitious long-term research and innovation initiatives of the European Commission, funded under the Horizon 2020 programme with a budget of €1 billion over the next ten years.

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Graphene shows unique potential to exceed bandwidth demands of future telecommunications

Graphene shows unique potential to exceed bandwidth demands of future telecommunications

Graphene enables ultra-wide bandwidth communications coupled with low power consumption, surpassing the needs of 5G, IoT and Industry 4.0.

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Tunable third harmonic generation in graphene paves the way to high-speed communications

Tunable third harmonic generation in graphene paves the way to high-speed communications

Researchers have shown for the first time gate tunable third harmonic generation in graphene. This could enable on-chip broadband optical switches for data transport in optical systems, leading to faster, more reliable ultra-broad bandwidth transfers.

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Dr Luigi Occhipinti joins the Cambridge Graphene Centre

Dr Luigi Occhipinti joins the Cambridge Graphene Centre

The Cambridge Graphene Centre welcomes Dr Luigi Occhipinti as Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer.

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Coffee stains inspire optimal printing technique for electronics

Aug 12, 2020

Using an alcohol mixture, researchers modified how ink droplets dry, enabling cheap industrial-scale printing of electronic devices at unprecedented scales.

Cambridge Graphene Centre students win award for new battery design

May 27, 2020

Three-electrode cell with built-in pressure sensor snags 2020 CAPA prize

CGC student Jakob E. Muench wins Hamilton prize

Jan 23, 2020

CGC graduate student Jakob E. Muench received the Hamilton Prize for his work on graphene photodetectors for telecom applications.

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