AMS graphene research highlighted in Nature Electronics

Nature Electronics recently highlighted a result of AMS published last month in Science. With the title “Precise pores give graphene a bandgap“, the article underlines how the synthesis of a graphene nanostructure so precise that an energy bandgap is induced is fundamental to this material being usefully deployed in electronic devices. This is what our team has achieved in the work “Bottom-up synthesis of multifunctional nanoporous graphene”.

Represented by César Moreno  and Aitor Mugarza from AMS, Diego Peña of the CiQUS research centre at the University of Santiago de Compostela, and Aran Garcia-Lekue of the Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC), the work was promoted in a Barcelona press conference last month.

Read the Nature Electronics review focusing on the energy bandgap induced, or see our press release outlining the additional potential applications of the patented nanoporous graphene in filtration and sensing systems.

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