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A light bulb made with graphene - said by its UK developers could be the first commercially viable consumer product using the super-strong carbon. Read more
The Commission held last January the first annual review meeting of the Graphene Flagship, assisted by 14 independent experts in Brussels. The aim of the review was to assess the work of the Flagship in its first year of activities, covering the scientific and technological progress of the project as well as health and safety aspects and the Consortium's coordination and management. Read more
This blog was written by Dr Cinzia Casiraghi, a Reader in Graphene and Carbon Nanostructures at The University of Manchester. She is also the Chairperson of Graphene Week 2015 and was the recent recipient of the Marlow Award. Read more
Europe’s Graphene Flagship lays out a science and technology roadmap, targeting research areas designed to take graphene and related 2D materials from academic laboratories into society. Read more
Blog by Thierry Van der Pyl, Director "Excellence in Science", DG CONNECT, European Commission. Read more
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Graphene and Quantum technology were discussed. Nobel Prize winner Konstantin Novoselov (and researcher in the Graphene Flagship) was one of the panel members. The Human Brain Project was represented by its coordinator, Prof. Henry Markram. Read more
ICT 2015, the largest ICT event organised by the European Commission, will take place in Lisbon, Portugal on 20-22 October 2015. Save the date in your calendar and do not miss the opportunity to "Innovate, Connect, Transform" with us! Read more
At the World Economic Forum 2015 in Davos, Katia Moskvitch interviewed Nobel Prize winner Kostya Novoselov about the wonder material Graphene and future computing. Kostya Novoselov is Professor of Physics at the University of Manchester and is one of the scientists involved in the Graphene Flagship project funded by the EU. He is attending the World Economic Forum 2015 in Davos, and is a panel member in the sessions "Beyond Moore’s Law" on 23/1/2015 at 3pm CET and "Global Science Outlook" on 24/1 at 9.15am CET at World Economic Forum. Read more
This year's Nobel Prize laureate Prof. E. Moser is leading the FET GRIDMAP project which aims to better understand the processes used by the mammalian brain to generate and read spatial information. Prof. E. Moser is joining the prestigious list of 9 Nobel Prize laureates that chose the FET programme to collaborate with the best scientists in Europe on ambitious scientific endeavours. Read more
In its October 2014 issue, Nature Nanotechnology features articles from graphene researchers the world over, and included among the authors are a number associated with the Graphene Flagship. Read more