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Graphene Conference Opens in April

We’ve written about the seemingly limitless potential of graphene on this blog before, and how it is being utilized in new applications in increasingly rapid fashion. The material’s potential will be the chief topic at the upcoming Graphene LIVE! conference in Berlin April 1-2.

According to conference organizers IDTechEx, attendees will gain a better understanding of the technology and market for graphene applications, including composites, supercapacitors and batteries, functional inks, logic and memory, screens, sensors, bio-electronics and more.

Presenters will include representatives from TATA Steel, Chalmers University of Technology, the National Graphene Institute, and a number of grapheme solutions vendors.

The graphene event will be co-located with Printed Electronics Europe (another IDTechEx event). According to IDTechEx, European companies have been innovative in identifying new applications for printed sensors, and many of those technologies will be on display at the show, which is also co-located with 3D Printing LIVE! and Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe.

For registration information, click here.

Source: IDTechEx

 

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