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  • Recently published article in Advanced Materials: "Graphene Inks as Versatile Templates for Printing Tiled Metal Oxide Crystalline Films"  Link....
  • Recently published article ACS Nano: "Ultra-Stretchable Graphene-Based Molecular Barriers for Chemical Protection, Detection, and Actuation"  Link...
  • Recently published article ACS Nano: "Breathable Vapor Toxicant Barriers Based on Multilayer Graphene Oxide"  Link...
  • Recently published article Nanoscale: "Oxidation suppression during hydrothermal phase reversion allows synthesis of monolayer semiconducting MoS2 in stable aqueous suspension"  Link...
  • Recently published article Advanced Materials: "From Flatland to Spaceland: Higher Dimensional Patterning with Two-Dimensional Materials"  Link....
  • Recently published article Carbon: "Influence of external heating rate on the structure and porosity of thermally exfoliated graphite oxide"  Link....
  • Joint work with the H. Gao and A. Kane labs published in PNAS.  Link....
  • Ruben Spitz wins best poster award at the NIH Environmental Health Sciences FEST in Durham, North Carolina
  • Brown Superfund Program center grant renewed for 5 years (2015)
  • Collaboration with I. Wong lab on wrinkled graphene surfaces for directing cell alignment and morphology.  Read paper....
  • PhD Student Megan Creighton wins EPA STAR fellowship. Read more...
  • Yang and Zhongying publish first article on the antioxidant activity of graphene materials in Nanoscale. Read article...
  • Keynote lectures given at Carbon2014 in Jeju, Korea on the soft matter behavior of graphene materials, and the Fall 2014 ACS meeting in a special session on the Environmental Applications and Implications of Graphene-Based Nanomaterials
  • The Kane / Hurt labs collaborate to study the environmental effects of alternative dispersants for large-scale petroleum spills. Read recent article...

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  • Congratulations Dr. Yantao Chen! (PhD graduation May 2014)
  • Carbon journal impact factor rises to 6.1