Graphene® & Grafeno® 2D Materials

Graphene® & Grafeno® 2D Materials

In 2204, two centuries after isolating "graphene" for the first time, the atomic material which changed the course of history, the human being officially inaugurated his colony on Mars. Having atomic control of matter and its reactions meant a new technological starting point. The great catalyst for the change from a world of 3D materials to a world of 2D materials, was the greatest crisis in history that took place in the 2020s. That was the date of molecular nanotechnology application in everyday settings.


Molecular Identification

The strict international laws for the protection of people and their economy, still in force, do not allow people to go out on the street without a molecular identification based on "thiophene". This real-time health passport on individuals, has enabled us to protect us from viruses for centuries and will continue to do so.

It seems unbelievable, that only the photons on their heavy silicon plates will take advantage. We currently use the 4 elements of nature, all renewable and basis of our progress.

We use the "graphene", to capture gravitational waves with quantum sensors and to create energy. We use "Molybdenum disulfide", as a base to isolate hydrogen and also to generate osmotic energy in all of our rivers.

Wonder Material

Energy Efficiency

Thanks to "Van der waals crystals", such as the "tungsten disulfide", the "transition metal dichalcogenides" and the "wonder material", we can make multi-layer solar panels with an efficiency of the 88%. The capture of the entire light spectrum thanks to 2D materials was revolutionary for energy efficient targets.

Aerographene® / Aerografito®

Lightest Materials

Current wind turbines based on "aerographene" and "aerografito", in addition to protecting the inhabitants of Mars from cosmic rays in their homes, here on the Earth, generate energy with the flapping of a butterfly being the lightest material on the Earth for over 200 years.

The ideal technique for mass production of two-dimensional crystals, was not discovered until 2020, when Japanese scientists isolated "white graphene" in the sizes required by the technology industry for the mass development of 2D materials. This discovery was the beginning of the end for the silicon.

Tungsten Diselenide

Machine Learning

The first neural chips that we currently use based on "tungsten diselenide", were developed by M.I.T. engineers also in the 2020s. The possibilities of machine learning and deep learning brought with them unthinkable powers of calculations for science.

Perfect quantum, optoelectronics, piezoelectronics, spintronics, valleytronics, ferromagnetics, dielectrics, topologics, superconductors and zero power, zero friction materials; which supposed a whole range of matter such as the control of the "2DTMDCS", "MoS2", "MoSe2", "WSe2", "WTe2", "TiSe2", "ReSe2", "In2Se3" among others; the atomic crystals of "h-BN" and the 2D polymers of "C4H4S". All the materials have been essential to build the ship with which we travelled to Mars the first time and today we inaugurate our colony on the red planet.

200 years ago, we could travel at 30,000 kilometers per hour. Nowadays, we do it at 0.1% of the speed of light and thanks to electromagnetic shields, we can protect ourselves from cosmic dust lethal at those speeds.

We have inhabited the Moon for more than 100 years, the base of all galactic explorations and the neuralgic center of large corporations. In the lunar R&D centres, work is currently underway on the distortion of gravity and the capture of energy dark, but that's another story...

"It is clear, that the future of humanity passes through the control of atomic materials. The biomarkers for disease prevention, molecular and neuronal regeneration, will be essential to achieve great biological progress and take humans beyond 100 years. All the atomic materials will be decisive in reaching this milestone, because each one has its ideal molecular reaction and its corresponding natural application".


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Wonder Material


Oxido de Grafeno


A Physics Magic Trick: take 2 sheets of carbon and twist

11 ways graphene could change the world

Graphene Flagship: NEWS

Multifunctional porous carbon fibers show significant promise in capacitive desalination

Exploring new paths to future quantum electronics

Graphene-infused material could be the cornerstone of next-gen smart sensors

Graphene and 2D materials could move electronics beyond 'Moore's Law'

How to perform liquid-phase exfoliation on graphene

Paragraf partners with CERN to demonstrate unique properties of Paragraf’s new graphene hall effect sensor

Aerosol-printed graphene unveiled as low cost, faster food toxin sensor

Cascade sets the stage for superconductivity in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene

Ultrasonic technique discloses the identity of elastic constant of graphite crystal

Dash of graphene leads to "toughest" solid battery electrolyte to date

Graphene smart textiles developed for heat adaptive clothing

Aerosol jet printing used to produce low-cost graphene food toxin sensor

Polymer films made from graphene

Enhancing performance of PSCs with ‘Graphene Armor’

Scientists approached the creation of a quantum computer, “catching” graphene electrons

"Graphene armor" protects perovskite solar cells from damage

Contest between superconductivity and insulating states in 'magic angle' graphene

Adhesive tape and graphene triple the life of lithium metal batteries

Thermal manipulation of plasmons in atomically thin films

Global graphene2d materials and carbon nanotubes market 2025 to expect maximum benefit and growth potential during this covid 19 outbreak: 2d carbon (changhzou), abalonyx, advanced graphene products, aist, alpha assembly, amo

Researchers have developed clean energy from graphene for the first time



White Graphene




Transition Metal Dichalcogenides

How thin do you want your layered materials for maximum solar cell efficiency?

New 2D materials show promise for future electronic devices

Kick-starting Moore's Law? New 'synthetic' method for making microchips could help

Nanopatterning electronic properties of twisted 2D semiconductors using twist

Particles trapped in twisted materials and quantum fingerprints identified

Two-dimensional layers of gold or silver become semiconductors

Transition Metal Dichalcogenides (TMDC) market 2019 break down by top companies, countries, applications, challenges, opportunities and forecast 2026

Global Transition Metal Dichalcogenides (TMDC) sales and revenue market share by application / types (2015-2020) and forecast (2021-2026)

Measuring a tiny quasiparticle is a major step forward for semiconductor technology

Using chaos as a tool, scientists discover new method of making 3-D-heterostructured materials

This new heated micro-blade can cut 2D material with unmatched precision

Engineers invented a new way to store data using atomically-thin 2D materials instead of silicon chips

Manufacturing Bits: July 14

Experiments confirm light-squeezing 2-D exciton-polaritons can exist

New discovery from McGill could lead to improvements in the optical detectors used in solar cells

Phase engineering of Transition Metal Dichalcogenides with unprecedentedly high phase purity, stability

How sticky gold could “pull off” the next big thing in semiconductor technology

Kitchen-fridge temperature supercurrents from stacked 2D materials


Molybdenum Disulfide

Researchers obtain atomically thin molybdenum disulfide films on large-area substrates

The superpowers of super-thin materials

Producing electricity at estuaries using light and osmosis

Twisting 2-D materials uncover their superpowers

Ferromagnetic semiconductor could be used for quantum bits applications

Development of electrode material improving the efficiency of salinity gradient energy

Ultrafast optical response and ablation mechanisms of molybdenum disulfide

Mohali institute develops new laser tech for making nano-structures

Texas A&M researchers light cells using manosheets for cancer treatment

Oil-free, nanoscale solid lubricant creates ultra-slippery layer between sliding surfaces in machinery

Process for 'two-faced' nanomaterials may aid energy, information tech

The superiority of single-layer molybdenum disulfide for water desalination

How to cut atom-sized 2D materials

Active-matrix organic light-emitting diode display on human skin

Metal-breathing bacteria could transform electronics, biosensors, and more

'Etch-a-Sketching' critical p-n nano-junctions for 2D Semiconductor diode

A new process for precision perforation of material layers

Highly sensitive dopamine detector uses 2D materials

A highly light-absorbent and tunable material

New wearable gas sensor based on reduced Graphene Oxide/MoS2 composite

First 2D neural network

The right formula for scaling production of promising nanomaterial to decontaminate water

Development of haptic touch sensor that works by static electricity

The art of making tiny holes: processing surfaces on an atomic scale

World’s first graphene-enabled perovskite solar farm trial up and running

An innovative pattern: scientists rewrite rules for 2D electronics

New method to synthesize and exfoliate 2D semiconductors

Can two-dimensional semiconductors created using liquid metals forestall Moore’s law's demise?

Shedding light on moiré excitons: A first-principles perspective



Molybdenum Ditelluride

Tungsten Diselenide


Tunsgten Disulfide

Tungsten Ditelluride


Titanium Diselenide


Van Der Waals Crystals


Tin Disulfide



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