Now Graphene Can Have a Tunable, Stable Bandgap – IEEE Spectrum

Making graphene suitable for digital electronics and spintronics applications.


  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Europe Has Invested €1 Billion Into Graphene—But For What?

    Six years ago, the European Union (EU) embarked on an ambitious project to create a kind of Silicon Valley for the “wonder material” of the last decade: graphene. The project—called the Graphene Flagship—would leverage €1 billion over 10 years to
    push graphene into commercial markets.

    In the past six years, the Graphene Flagship has spawned nine companies and 46 new graphene-based products. Despite these achievements, there remains a sense among critics that the wonder material has not lived up to expectations

    the project’s achievements—or lack thereof—is a barometer for the commercial status of graphene

  2. Tomi Engdahl says:

    What’s the Magic Behind Graphene’s ‘Magic’ Angle?
    May 28, 2019

    A new theoretical model may help explain the shocking onset of superconductivity in stacked, twisted carbon sheets.

  3. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Sorry, graphene—borophene is the new wonder material that’s got everyone excited
    Stronger and more flexible than graphene, a single-atom layer of boron could revolutionize sensors, batteries, and catalytic chemistry.


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