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Graphene forms under microscope’s eye

February 19th, 2020

An article features Rice research into developing a method to create laser-induced graphene with features more than 60% smaller than macro versions and almost 10 times smaller than typically achieved with an infrared laser. Co-authors James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Chair in Chemistry and a professor of computer science and of materials science […]

Graphene made in a flash from trash

February 19th, 2020

Graphene made in a flash from trash An article features pioneering graphene research by James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Chair in Chemistry and a professor of computer science and of materials science and nanoengineering. Lead author and graduate student Duy Luong is quoted. IEEE Spectrum http://dateline.rice/feb-6-tour https://spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/semiconductors/nanotechnology/graphene-flash

Carbon-based waste transformed into flash graphene thanks to new process

February 19th, 2020

Interesting Engineering (This and similar articles also appeared in 10 other media outlets.)http://dateline.rice/jan-31-tour

Electricity turns garbage into high-quality graphene

February 19th, 2020

An article features pioneering graphene research by James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Chair in Chemistry and a professor of computer science and of materials science and nanoengineering. Lead author and graduate student Duy Luong is quoted.Science (This article also appeared in the Jan. 31 print edition.)http://dateline.rice/jan-31-tour

Graphene forms under microscope’s eye

February 14th, 2020

You don’t need a big laser to make laser-induced graphene. Scientists at Rice, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory are using a very small visible beam to burn the foamy form of carbon into microscopic patterns. http://dateline.rice/feb-13-news-release-tour

Researchers shrink laser-induced graphene for flexible electronics

February 14th, 2020

An article features Rice research into developing a method to create laser-induced graphene with features more than 60% smaller than macro versions and almost 10 times smaller than typically achieved with an infrared laser. Co-authors James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Chair in Chemistry and a professor of computer science and of materials science […]

‘Good Day Tulsa’

February 14th, 2020

KTUL-TV (Tulsa, Oklahoma) http://dateline.rice/feb-10-tour (This segment aired three times.) Transcript and Video of “Good Day Tulsa” where the guests describe Dr. James Tour’s upcoming visit to the University of Tulsa.

This ultrastrong nanomaterial could cut carbon emissions — and it’s made out of garbage

February 14th, 2020

An article features pioneering research from Rice scientists that can create flash graphene from any carbon source. Co-authors James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Chair in Chemistry and a professor of computer science and of materials science and nanoengineering, is quoted. KTUL mentions that Tour will speak at the University of Tulsa Feb. 13. Grist […]

¿Qué tecnología permitirá darle otro uso a la basura convirtiéndola en grafeno?

February 5th, 2020

Puntual (An English translation is not available.)  http://dateline.rice/feb-5-tour https://www.soysd.mx/ciencia-y-tecnolog%C3%ADa/2020/01/31/35346/%C2%BFqu%C3%A9-tecnolog%C3%ADa-permitir%C3%A1-darle-otro-uso-la-basura

¿Es posible convertir la basura en un tesoro?

February 5th, 2020

The World News (An English translation is not available. This article also appeared in 10 other media outlets.) http://dateline.rice/feb-5-tour https://theworldnews.net/cl-news/es-posible-convertir-la-basura-en-un-tesoro

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