Graphene is perhaps the material in which international industry has placed the greatest hopes, given its enormous range of application possibilities and its numerous physical properties. This is pure carbon in the form of a very thin sheet, one atom thick and which gives graphene extraordinary features: it is flexible, 200 times stronger than steel and 5 times lighter.
Last month, Graphenea was enriched by the addition of Professor Alexander Balandin as Scientific Advisor. Professor Balandin, leader of the Nano-Device Laboratory at the University of California Riverside (UCR), is an expert on heat conduction of graphene. His engagement will particularly focus on the development of high thermal conductivity materials using graphene.
We shared our views about the future of RFID readers in this previous post. Devices customized to a whole new set of applications that do not require the functionalities of a reader thought for logistics. Optimized performance for the application without extra features for cost effective devices
The production of nanocellulose with the lowest energy consumption possible is one of TECNALIA's goals in the field of nanocellulose. This material can be found in all plants but its industrial production has always involved high costs. Nanocellullose is regarded as one of the key materials of the future in the new sustainable production and consumption model called Bioeconomy.
Place: CIC nanoGUNE. Donostia
Place: CFM. Donostia