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Picture of the developed pH sensor inside a microprobestation.
Graphene monolayer-based pH sensor shows promise for new designs
Scientists from Jena developed a pH sensor based on 2D-Materials.
Prototype lithium metal batteries with carbon nanomembrane modified separators
Hybrid membrane doubles the lifetime of rechargeable batteries
Chemists from the University of Jena prevent dendrite formation in...
Prof. Dr Isabelle Staude (r.) and physics doctoral candidate Tobias Bucher develop optical antennas.
Ultra-thin: semiconductors made of one atomic layer
2D materials with nanoscale optical antennas​ are tailored
Andrey Turchanin (r.) und Antony George besprechen ein Experiment zur Herstellung von 2D-Materialien
Materials of the Future
Jena chemists initiate a network for applications of 2D materials
Sensor mit 15 Feldeffekttransistoren aus Graphen und einer Kohlenstoffnanomembran
Changes of electrical conductivity make virus visible
Thuringian project develops new platform for SARS-CoV-2 detection
Sensor mit 15 Feldeffekttransistoren aus Graphen und einer Kohlenstoffnanomembran
Thuringian researchers tracing viruses
SARS-CoV-2 detection with graphene-based FETs
PhD student Quyet Ngo studies optical fibres functionalised by 2D materials.
Intelligent nanomaterials for photonics
Physicists and chemists at the University of Jena engineer optical...
Prof. Dr. Andrey Turchanin (l.) und Dr. Zian Tang haben die Smarten Nanoblätter mitentwickelt.
A tiny, smart leaf catches proteins
Faster and easier to electron microscopic images of biomolecules
From left to right: Z. Tang, A. Turchanin and A. George.
Switchable graphene transistors
A team around ACP principal scientist Andrey Turchanin is...
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