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 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
Rendering of molecules floating in outer space.

Graphene is abundant and useful in space

Long put forward as a wonder material, graphene undeniably has astounding properties – stronger than steel, a better electrical conductor than copper, and lighter than almost anything else with similar... — Updated 8/16/2023

DexMat CEO Bryan Hassin holds a roughly one-foot section of Galvorn cable.

A low-carbon future built from thin air

Climate-tech firm Is locking up CO2 into a next-gen carbon material that outperforms energy-intensive building products. Texas-based climate-tech startup DexMat is transforming greenhouse gases into a carb... — Updated 7/4/2023

 By K. Warner    Tech Metals
A front view of the new all-electric Ram 1550 pickup produced by Stellantis.

Stellantis invests in next-gen Lyten tech

Stellantis Ventures has invested in accelerating the development and commercialization of Lyten's various 3D Graphene applications for the mobility industry, including the LytCell lithium-sulfur electric... — Updated 6/9/2023

 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
A pile of bituminous coal, which powered the old world before oil.

DOE offers $6M for alt coal use research

The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management announced $6 million in funding toward research and development projects that will repurpose domestic coal resources for... — Updated 8/2/2022

 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
Graphene Composites air filter COVID coronavirus nanomaterials Omicron variant

Graphene filters to make breathing easier

Graphene Composites Ltd., a world leader in nanomaterials engineering, announced the development of a unique coating for air filters that destroy viruses and bacteria on contact. Designed to be effective... — Updated 7/12/2022

 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
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DOE funds coal waste transformation

The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management Oct. 5 announced nearly $7 million in funding for seven projects to develop coal-based filaments or resins for additive manufac... — Updated 7/12/2022

 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
Graphmatech copper 3D metal printing additive manufacturing Uppsala University

Copper 3D printing solution with graphene

Researchers at Uppsala University, in collaboration with Swedish graphene materials company Graphmatech, have demonstrated a potential breakthrough in the printability of copper for laser additive... — Updated 7/10/2022

 By A.J. Roan    Tech Metals
COVID-19 Teck Resources Corning Vollebak Graphene Composites CityU Hong Kong

Minerals and metals to heal a sick planet

2020 was a year many will not forget, from the onset of COVID-19 in the spring, to the subsequent economic instability left in its wake. A silver lining to this challenging year, however, may be the... — Updated 7/10/2022 Full story

 By A.J. Roan    Tech Bytes
ink-jet 3D printing graphene Advanced Functional Materials Mark Fromhold

Quantum leap for inkjet-printed graphene

Researchers at Nottingham University of England have made a breakthrough in 3D printing graphene into electronic components with an inkjet printer by adding tiny flakes of this highly conductive 2D... — Updated 7/10/2022

ShAPE needs six pounds graphene for 1 million lb of high efficiency copper

Graphene enhanced copper offers EV edge

Working with General Motors, researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have discovered that a tiny bit of graphene can increase the conductivity of copper wire by 5%. "That may seem like a s... — Updated 7/10/2022

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Gear to protect athletes from coronavirus

Graphene Composites and G-Form are teaming up to develop and distribute athletic protective equipment that not only guards the wearer against blunt trauma but also from viruses such as COVID-19. G-Form... — Updated 7/10/2022 Full story

Zen Albany Graphene for Covid 19 coronavirus testing detection viral RNA

Zen provides graphene for COVID-19 test

Graphene's ability to kill viruses has captured headlines as companies look to add it to face masks, sporting equipment, paints and numerous other products aimed at stemming the spread of COVID-19. Now,... — Updated 7/10/2022

 By A.J. Roan    Tech Metals
Graphene medical uses antiviral virucidal ink masks protective equipment

Graphene goes into COVID-19 killing ink

Zen Graphene Solutions is collaborating with Graphene Composites Ltd. to develop a COVID-19 killing virucidal graphene-based composite ink that can be applied to fabrics, including N95 face masks and... — Updated 7/10/2022

Graphene enhanced Directa Plus antiviral covid 19 coronavirus masks

Graphene Plus infused masks kill COVID

Italy-based Directa Plus says the coronavirus killing properties of its graphene-enhanced COVID-19 masks have been confirmed by scientists in Rome. Already independently certified as antiviral by ISO, an... — Updated 9/2/2020 Full story


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