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The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory may soon have a way to avoid potentially hazardous icing conditions on aircraft.
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A new technique for growing graphene, called nanoCVD involves growing graphene in an industrial cold wall Chemical Vapor Deposition system. This breakthrough in graphene technology could have many applications for warfighter technologies.

Researchers from the University of Exeter discovered a new method for producing graphene that is less expensive and easier than previous methods.
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Researchers are exploring a surprising property of partially hydrogenated graphene: uniform magnetism.
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New technology funded by DARPA’s RE-NET program enables monitoring and stimulation of neurons using optical and electronic methods simultaneously.
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A schematic (left) and an optical image (right) of one of the homoepitaxial fluorinated graphene/graphene spin valve devices. The top layer of graphene is used as a tunnel barrier. It is fluorinated to decouple it from the bottom layer of graphene, which is the spin transport channel.  (Photo provided  by the Army Research Lab/Released)

Scientists at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) have created a new type of tunnel device structure in which the tunnel barrier and transport channel are made of the same material, graphene.
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Scientists at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) have moved liquid droplets using long chemical gradients formed on graphene. The change in concentration of either fluorine or oxygen formed using a simple plasma-based process either pushes or pulls droplets of …
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Scientists at the Naval Research Laboratory have developed a vapor sensor based on new monolayer materials that show great potential for future nanoscale electronic devices. NRL scientists have fabricated this sensor using a single monolayer of molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) on …
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