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2011-04-20 Researchers: Vacancies can create magnetic graphene
Hoping to find new graphene applications such as magnetic sensors, researchers claim that graphene can be doped for magnetism by introducing empty spaces into its otherwise perfect hexagonal pattern
2010-02-09 100GHz RF graphene transistor trumps GaAs ICs
Fabricated on new 2-inch graphene wafers and operating at room temperature, the RF graphene transistors are said to beat the speeds of all but the fastest GaAs transistors
2012-02-07 UK invests $120M on graphene
The U.K. is investing round $120 million to establish a national institute for graphene. The institute will focus on graphene research and commercialization activities
2011-03-08 TI perfects graphene growth methods
TI is perfecting large-domain graphene growth in hopes that new methods would lead engineers to further increase the size of the single crystal graphene and improve graphene's electrical characteristics
2014-04-09 Samsung grows graphene on Si wafer
SAIT researchers found a way to grow uniform single-crystal monolayer graphene on a silicon wafer. Previous efforts focused on multi-crystal synthesis, which degraded the advantageous properties of the material
2010-11-02 RPI shows vapor tunes graphene bandgap
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute claims to have discovered a simple method that uses water vapor to control the opening of the bandgap in graphene, pushing closer to the use of the carbon sheets for semiconductors.
2016-02-11 Quantum dot nanotubes eliminate need for semiconductors
Michigan Tech is working toward ultra-small flexible electronics that remove semiconductors in favour of the more flexible capabilities of metallic quantum dots and isoelectronic crystals
2012-05-04 Possible graphene replacement found
Researchers have reported the growth of a single layer of silicon on top of silver, in a hexagonal 2D form of silicon similar to the graphene form of carbon
2014-05-07 NiHITP possesses bandgap that sidelines graphene
The nickel hexa-imino-triphenylene exemplifies the same good properties as graphene. It is tunable by controlled chemical modification that alters their electronic properties in a systematic manner
2015-03-17 New material tops silicon, graphene in electron mobility
Scientists recently discovered a new material believed to possess electron mobility that is 200 times greater than that of graphene and more than 1,700 times that of crystalline silicon
2014-08-04 Light pulses key to graphene's electrical conductivity
By modulating graphene's electron concentration, the researchers found that they could effectively alter graphene's photoconductive properties from semiconductor-like to metal-like
2012-09-11 ICs grown on graphene, patented
Researchers from a Norwegian university have patented a technology which enables the growth and characterization of GaAs nanowires on graphene
2014-01-02 Grow graphene for electronics the bio-inspired way
Researchers from Singapore came up with a one-step method to grow and transfer high-quality graphene on silicon that enables graphene to be applied in various photonics and electronics devices
2016-02-13 Graphene-on-glass advances semiconductors
Scientists devised new method to develop resilient, high-performing graphene!layering it on top of common glass. The glass' sodium atoms optimised graphene's electronic properties
2011-09-26 Graphene succeeds CMOS tech
James D. Meindl of Georgia Institute of Technology believes that graphene is the leading candidate to replace CMOS semiconductor technology
2014-02-11 Graphene ribbons exhibit exceptional electrical conductivity
The graphene ribbons allow electrons to move freely without scattering and can transport electric current ballistically, that is, without encountering resistance within the material at room temperature
2015-04-15 Graphene offers Moore's Law indefinite extension
Apart from being dubbed as a wonder material for semiconductors and flaunting about 100 times the strength of steel by weight, graphene is considered ideal for nanoscale spintronic devices.
2013-11-06 Graphene holds potential to yield terahertz lasers
Despite its lack of a bandgap, Max Planck researchers were able to demonstrate population inversion in graphene at terahertz frequencies after exciting it with an infrared laser
2012-04-24 Graphene achieves terahertz frequency
IBM demonstrated terahertz graphene photonics that could be useful in future mid- and far-infrared photonic devices including detectors, modulators and 3D metamaterials
2014-09-25 GaN micro-rods on graphene make bendy LEDs
Fabricated using metal-organic chemical vapour deposition, the flexible LEDs exhibit intense electroluminescence, with no significant degradation in optical performance even after 1,000 bending cycles.
2010-02-10 Expert: Graphene will drive post-CMOS era
The winner in the post-CMOS era has not been declared yet, but graphene holds great promise, said James Mexindl, director of the Joseph M. Pettit Microelectronics Research Center
2015-03-06 Black phosphorus is the new graphene
Graphene is considered to be one of the 2D materials that will replace silicon by 2028. A researcher, however, says that black phosphorus may be the next rock star of raw materials for electronics
2013-05-20 2D stacking makes for high-quality semiconductors
MIT researchers discover a new method towards engineering a band gap into graphene, which is necessary to form transistors and other semiconductor devices
2015-02-25 Thin sensors boast high-level gas, chemical detection
UC scientists have built sensors made of molybdenum disulphide!small, thin and highly sensitive to gases and chemical vapours including ethanol, acetonitrile, toluene, chloroform.
2009-07-08 Coming soon: Carbon chips
Carbon!the basis of all organic compounds!seems destined to displace silicon as the material of choice for future semiconductors
2014-05-26 7nm, 5nm scaling compels adoption of new materials
Shifting advanced nodes involve exploring alternatives!from silicon to graphene, FinFET to SOI!and considering how to apply the strengths associated with 3D device architectures to new technologies
2013-05-29 Thinnest semiconductor grown from MoS2 crystals
Columbia University researchers studied how MoS2 crystals stitch together, helping them understand the optical and electronic properties of the material.
2008-03-27 Speedy chip secret ingredient: Carbon
Researchers at the University of Maryland claim that carbon transistors could outperform the fastest chip materials, including indium antimonide.
2014-03-14 Research groups focus on harnessing WSe2 properties
MIT, University of Washington and Vienna University of Technology have each conducted a separate research that examines the potential of WSe2 to create innovative optoelectronic devices.
2014-04-16 Nanowire manipulation yields boosted optical devices
Years of research at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology have resulted in developments including hexagonal crystal structure in the GaAs nanowires, which facilitates material effectiveness in solar cells and LEDs.
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