In collaboration with businesses, chemists at Aarhus University have developed a method by which they can produce and, at the same time, customise graphene to interact smoothly with the material with which it is to be mixed.
When the atomically thin wonder material graphene was discovered in 2004, two challenges subsequently emerged: How to develop methods to mass produce graphene at a feasible price, and how to make the many promising properties of graphene applicable in practice.
Researchers and students at Aarhus University have now found a single solution to both these challenges, in an open collaborative effort with a number of Danish businesses. The solution is the result of Aarhus University’s first open science platform, SPOMAN, the purpose of which is to develop new and smart materials.
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