Latest developments in the latest graphene sensor

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Overview of the latest developments in graphene sensor industry

as a new carbon based material, graphene has good optical, electrical, thermal and mechanical properties. It has broad application prospects in the fields of electronic information, new materials, new energy, biomedicine and so on, and is becoming the focus of the global new technology and industrial revolution. With the development of graphene industry and the maturity of preparation technology, the development of graphene sensors has been "wings". Nowadays, based on the excellent performance of graphene materials, various graphene sensors have been developed. So, what are the recent important events about graphene sensors? Let's learn more

the advent of graphene sensors may usher in revolutionary changes in IOT.

recently, experts at the University of Manchester in the UK have designed graphene sensors that can be embedded in RFID (radio frequency identification), which will revolutionize IOT. Covering graphene with a layer of graphene oxide (a derivative of graphene) can produce a flexible heterostructure at the center of all samples. The team has developed a humidity sensor that can be connected to any wireless sensor for remote sensing. In daily life, American scientists have developed a small graphene sensor that can be attached to plants. Plant scientists from Iowa State University have developed a small graphene sensor that can be attached to plants. However, there is no fixed functional relationship between them. Graphene sensors can provide farmers with more accurate measurements to determine how long it takes for crops to give full play to their potential. Literature link: bionspired reversible snapping hydrogel assembly, a graphene based technology, can also be used to develop other wearable strain and pressure sensors, including sensors built into smart gloves that measure hand movements

Tsinghua University has made important progress in the research of graphene paper-based pressure sensors.

the team of Professor Ren Tianling of the Department of micro nano electronics of Tsinghua University has further improved the sensitivity of graphene paper pressure sensors. This achievement is of great significance for the development of flexible intelligent wearable sensors. In recent years, Professor Ren Tianling has been committed to breaking through the limitations of traditional devices and laying the foundation for the new generation of micro nano electronic device technology, especially focusing on the basic research and application exploration of graphene sensors. He has obtained a number of important innovative achievements in new graphene acoustic devices and various sensor devices, such as flexible graphene acoustic devices, intelligent graphene artificial throats, new graphene resistive memory Spectrum adjustable graphene light-emitting devices, graphene bionic synaptic devices, adjustable graphene stress sensors, etc

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