One of the most promising types of solar cells has a few drawbacks. A scientist at Michigan Technological University may have overcome one of them.
HOUGHTON — The coolest new nanomaterial of the 21st century could boost the efficiency of the next generation of solar panels, a team of Michigan Technological University materials scientists has discovered. Graphene, a two-dimensional honeycomb of […]
Mark Ming-Cheng Cheng, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at Wayne State University, received a five-year, $475,000 Faculty Early Career Development grant from the National Science Foundation to study the potential of graphene, a novel carbon material, in the development of a reliable, high-performance, long-term implantable electrode system to improve quality of life using nanotechnology.
Michigan State University spinoff XG Sciences Inc. has entered into a series of agreements with POSCO, a Korean corporation and one of the world’s largest steel producers, to create a strategic partnership for the advancement of graphene manufacturing and product development based on XG Sciences’ proprietary technologies.