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Perpetuus, Cientifica Enter Collaboration to Develop Graphene-Based Products

Perpetuus, Cientifica Enter Collaboration to Develop Graphene-Based Products

Perpetuus Carbon Group, a world leader in the production of nano surface modified graphenes, has entered into a collaboration with Cientifica PLC, the AIM listed company focused on applications of graphene. [More]
UK Researchers to Receive 100 kg of Surface Engineered Graphenes from Perpetuus Carbon Group

UK Researchers to Receive 100 kg of Surface Engineered Graphenes from Perpetuus Carbon Group

Perpetuus Carbon Group, the world’s leading producer and supplier of high quality graphenes, will gift up to 100kgs of surface engineered graphenes to the UK graphene academic research community. [More]
Princeton Instruments IsoPlane® Spectrometer Used to Detect Distortion-Free Exinction Spectrum of Nanoparticles

Princeton Instruments IsoPlane® Spectrometer Used to Detect Distortion-Free Exinction Spectrum of Nanoparticles

Specifically, a line of nanoparticles in array was imaged and an extinction spectrum was detected without distortions thanks to the sharp focus and astigmatism compensation of the Princeton Instruments IsoPlane spectrometer utilized by the group. [More]
Cortec’s CorShield VpCI-386 HP Anticorrosion Coating Provides Nanoparticle Composite Polymer Barrier

Cortec’s CorShield VpCI-386 HP Anticorrosion Coating Provides Nanoparticle Composite Polymer Barrier

Water-borne Anticorrosion Coatings have gone through many stages of evolution and improvements in recent years. More stringent environmental standards are pushing the creation of water-borne coatings for corrosion protection forward. Recent innovations from Cortec® Corporation’s Laboratory enable us to offer new, novel coatings for multi metal protection. [More]
Zinc-Oxide Coating Enables Solar Cells to Achieve High Conversion Efficiency

Zinc-Oxide Coating Enables Solar Cells to Achieve High Conversion Efficiency

Engineering researchers at the University of Arkansas have achieved the highest efficiency ever in a 9 millimeter-squared solar cell made of gallium arsenide. After coating the cufflink-sized cells with a thin layer of zinc oxide, the research team reached a conversion efficiency of 14 percent. [More]
Strategic Insight into How Transparent Conductor Firms Can Generate New Business Revenues

Strategic Insight into How Transparent Conductor Firms Can Generate New Business Revenues

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Transparent Conductor Markets" report to their offering. [More]
NANOMYTE® SuperCN Plus Coating Imparts Superhydrophobic Properties to Underlying Substrate

NANOMYTE® SuperCN Plus Coating Imparts Superhydrophobic Properties to Underlying Substrate

NEI Corporation announced today that it has introduced NANOMYTE® SuperCN Plus – a functionally graded coating that imparts superhydrophobic properties to the underlying substrate while providing greater abrasion resistance compared to existing superhydrophobic coatings. [More]
New Advanced Materials & Thermal Sciences Center Opened by Lockheed Martin

New Advanced Materials & Thermal Sciences Center Opened by Lockheed Martin

The Lockheed Martin Space Systems Advanced Technology Center (ATC) has opened a new state-of-the-art laboratories building that will enable the company to provide innovative technical solutions to customers with more agility and efficiency. [More]
Perpetuus Develops New Graphene Application Enablers

Perpetuus Develops New Graphene Application Enablers

Utilising its proprietary plasma surface engineered graphenes, Perpetuus Carbon Technologies has broken through the commercialisation barrier for graphenes. [More]
Dutch Chemist Evan Spruijt Wins 2014 Dream Chemistry Award

Dutch Chemist Evan Spruijt Wins 2014 Dream Chemistry Award

Dutch chemist Dr Evan Spruijt won this year's Dream Chemistry Award. The members of the Award's Scientific Committee have in this way expressed their appreciation for a visionary project of creating artificial cells – microdroplets of water capable of autonomous growth and division. Creation of such cells in the laboratory would be an important step towards a deep understanding of physical and chemical foundations of life. [More]