This page contains links to information about University of Groningen graphene (and related) projects. The most recent information is shown on top.
For some background info in graphene, watch our introductory video's Graphene, Graphene Reloaded and Graphene Revolutions.
Double layer of graphene helps to control spin currents
All-electronic two-dimensional spin transistors
Scientists in business
New model brings spintronic transistor a step closer
Controlling Spin Direction in Sandwiches of Two-dimensional Materials
Atomically thin layers bring spintronics closer to applications
Double success for PhD student with ‘spin relaxation’
The return of germanium transistors
Grafeen koelen met elektronen
Three Zernike researchers receive funding from "FOM-projectruimte"
Spin waves and free will win FameLab qualifying round
Groningen lab beats own world record
University of Groningen graphene research continues to excel
‘Wave’ sends information through magnet
Breakthrough may lead to industrial production of graphene devices
Physicists 'freeze time' to create data storage
New nanoscale cooling element works in electrical insulators as well
Researchers develop a magnetic nanoscale thermal switch
Traffic jam in a mountain pass
MIT, Nature and a Double Bass
NWO-grant for collaboration in graphene-research with India
University of Groningen professor Bart van Wees is Work Package leader in the new 1 billion euro EU Flagship programme on Graphene.
Superior spin transport in graphene hammocks (Nano Letters paper)
Vera Heininga is the Open Science coordinator and future programme leader of the upcoming Open Science programme of the University of Groningen. Together with her colleagues, she created the Open Science Community Groningen (OSCG). She explains...
Four and a half years ago, he received the Nobel Prize. During the award ceremony in Stockholm, Ben Feringa made a resolution: I will put science on the map. His mission is being given a new boost with the establishment of the Ben Feringa Fund,...
Older people with memory problems who live at home are extraordinarily resourceful when it comes to staying in control of their activities outside the home. Demographers Jodi Sturge and Mirjam Klaassens are certainly impressed. ‘It’s not about...
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