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 January 8, 2019 
 Graphene & Nanotubes 
 The latest graphene & nanotubes news from across the AZoNetwork 
 Graphene as a Renewable EnergyGraphene as a Renewable Energy
 
There is a huge demand to find renewable alternatives to our traditional, finite energy sources. The elements are already playing an important role – only this year wind and solar energy generated more energy over a three-month period than coal – but other substitutes are still required.
 
   Carbon Nanotube Optics and their UsesCarbon Nanotube Optics and their Uses
 
Among its well know mechanical and electronic properties, carbon nanotubes also showcase a series of unique optical properties. Whilst a lot of the focus for carbon nanotubes has been on structural materials, they can also be used in specialist optical applications. In this article, we look at the optical properties of carbon nanotubes, as well as looking at some of the areas of optics that they can be used in.
 
   The Global Graphene Expo: Women in Materials ResearchThe Global Graphene Expo: Women in Materials Research
 
The National Graphene Association (NGA) is the primary U.S. based organisation publicly promoting the commercialization of graphene. Despite only running for two years, is has already had a significant impact on the graphene industry. In October 2018, the NGA held its second Global Graphene Expo & Conference in Austin, Texas, and AZoNano attended as a media partner.
 
 Graphene Utilized to Make Hiking Boots for the First Time Ever
 
Graphene Utilized to Make Hiking Boots for the First Time EverBasing on the global success of their revolutionary use of graphene in trail running and fitness shoes last summer, the brand is currently bringing the groundbreaking technology to a market hungry for innovation.
 
 
 Carbon Nanotube Sensors - Applications and Advantages
 
Carbon Nanotube Sensors - Applications and AdvantagesSensors are devices designed to detect or quantify physical-chemical characteristics, such as pressure, temperature, concentration, sound level or light. The process is typically mediated by the conversion of the measured factor into an electric current.
 
 
 The Environmental Impact of Nanotechnology
 
The Environmental Impact of NanotechnologyThe world is facing significant environmental challenges such as improving the quality of air, soil, and water. Currently, industry is focusing on detecting pollutants (from chemical spills, fertilizer and pesticide run-off), improving industrial and mining sites, treating contaminants and stopping further pollution.
 
 
 AI and Nanotechnology - How do They Work Together?
 
AI and Nanotechnology - How do They Work Together?In this article the applications of AI and Nanotechnology are discussed and how they impact on each other and what areas are they already working in and the potential that the future holds for the partnership of the two technologies
 
 

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