Graphene is highly flexible, impermeable to gasses and liquids, and an extraordinarily good conductor of both electricity and heat. Scientists around the world have been exploring the use of graphene as a building block for faster computer chips, longer-lasting batteries, flexible touchscreen displays, rust- and radiation-proof coatings, water filtration membranes, lightweight building materials and aviation components, miniaturized sensors. The first is finding a way to manufacture the substance quickly, efficiently, inexpensively, and at scale. The second and more obvious is identifying the best applications for graphene where it can address unmet market needs or provide superior performance over existing technologies. Graphene has turned into one of the most sizzling territories of materials science innovative work over the previous decade. Researchers around the globe have been investigating the utilization of graphene as a building square for speedier PC chips, longer-enduring batteries, adaptable touchscreen shows, rust-and radiation-confirmation coatings, water filtration films, lightweight building materials and aeronautics segments, scaled down sensors, and so forth.
Related Journals of Graphene Biosensors
Biosensors Journal, Journal of Bioengineering & Biomedical Science, International Journal of Biomedical Data Mining, Journal of Biomedical Sciences, Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Medical Devices, International Publisher of Science, Technology and Medicine, ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks, IET Wireless Sensor Systems, International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks, Proceedings of IEEE Sensors, Multisensory Research