Printing the unprintable – new technique expands graphene printing to previously unsuitable substrates

Richard Howe

Richard Howe
30 Oct 2019

Printing with graphene is a large and growing field, representing a highly promising range of techniques for translating the unique properties of .

Strict and inflexible: material claims at the EPO

Matthew Smith

Matthew Smith
24 Sep 2019

Innovators in advanced materials can face an uphill struggle to get suitable patent protection at the European Patent Office. Matthew Smith explains.

Batteries for the future: the sky may not be the limit!

Eleanor Maciver

Eleanor Maciver
18 Sep 2019

In an earlier blog Sam Bailey discussed the growing demands for high performance battery technologies to meet current and future energy storage needs. .

Printing with graphene: exploring the inks set to unleash graphene's potential for mass-market applications

Richard Howe

Richard Howe
30 Aug 2019

Graphene has been widely heralded as a game-changer in the research and development of new materials, with potential applications in electronics,.

Charging into the future - the increasing demands on battery technologies

Sam Bailey

Sam Bailey
27 Jun 2019

Battery technology is an area of constant innovation.  For years we have been trying to squeeze a little bit more performance from our electronic.

Hydrogen: the storage question

Matthew Smith

Matthew Smith
04 Apr 2019

There’s a lot to like about hydrogen.  It’s light; it’s abundant (at least atomically - water and hydrocarbons contain plenty of hydrogen atoms); it’s.

Advanced materials: game-changing graphene

Matthew Smith

Matthew Smith
28 Mar 2019

In the 15 years since Professors Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov isolated and discovered graphene at the University of Manchester, the material has.

Graphene: a whole new '2D world'

Matthew Smith

Matthew Smith
25 Oct 2018

Graphene has been heralded as a game changer in the research and development of new materials since it was discovered and isolated by researchers at .