Two research teams synthesize highly ordered carbonaceous structures, such as graphene, using unusual but everyday raw materials, and even waste.
Ion-sensitive field-effect transistors meet scalable CMOS technology to yield low-cost, high throughput DNA sequencing modules.
Carbon nanotube-enzyme composite electrodes are applied in glucose biofuel cells.
Biological synaptic behaviour related to short- and long-term memory creation is mimicked by inorganic devices.
Self-adaptive complementary-like architectures are adopted in graphene-based transistors as a means to create low power, high gain logic gates.
Merging the ultra-strong nature of carbon nanotubes and mussel-inspired linker molecules renders high-strength fibres via a simple spinning process.
A novel polymer processing methodology to prepare thin films allows for increased crystallinity giving rise to improved properties.