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NANOTECH AND THE KANER LABORATORY IN THE NEWS


 Legendary auto designer, Henrik Fisker and Nanotech
team up on a new battery pack to build a better electric car,
and it’s getting a lot of media attention.

Fortune Magazine: Henrik Fisker Launches Electric Car

Bloomberg: Nanotech teams with legendary Auto Designer, Henrik Fisker

Road and Track: Henrik Fisker Launches a New Car Company Promising a 400-Mile Electric Car

Tech Crunch: Here’s Fisker Inc’s all-electric EMotion luxury sport sedan


Richard Kaner Receives the Materials Research Society’s Highest Honor

Professor Kaner awarded Medal at the MRS Annual Meeting, in Boston, December 1, 2015


Tesla model 3 and Falling Battery Prices

EV World, May 30, 2015


New device combines the advantages of batteries and supercapacitors

Gizmag.com April 19, 2015


Kaner Laboratory researchers develop battery-like supercapacitor

Daily Bruin, April 16, 2015


Graphene Finds Its Path in Supercapacitor Commercialization

IEEE Spectrum, April 3, 2015


UCLA scientists create quick-charging hybrid supercapacitors

UCLA Newsroom, April 01, 2015


Graphene solar could be a game-changer

PV Magazine, March 13, 2015


Could Graphene Change the Way You Charge Your iPhone?

Motley Fool, August 13, 2014


Graphene Supercapacitors: The End of Batteries?

Earth Techling, February 27, 2013


Supercapacitors Amp Up as an Alternative to Batteries

National Geographic, August 8, 2013


UCLA researchers develop new technique to scale up production of graphene micro-supercapacitors

UCLA Newsroom, February 19, 2013


Unexpectedly Amazing Carbon-Based Energy Form

Slate, March, 2013


The battery breakthrough that could charge your iPhone in five SECONDS

Daily Mail, March 2, 2013


Graphene supercapacitors are 20 times as powerful, can be made with a DVD burner

Extreme Tech, March 19, 2012


Supercapacitors created from laser-scribed graphene

Photonics, March, 2012


SELECTED GRAPHENE RESEARCH FROM THE KANER LABORATORY


Y. Shao, M.F. El-Kady, L.J. Wang, Q. Zhang, Y. Li, H. Wang, M.F. Mousavi, R.B. Kaner,

Graphene-based materials for flexible supercapacitors,  Chem. Soc. Rev., 44, 3639 (2015)


F. El-Kady, M. Ihns, M. Li, J.Y. Hwang, M.F. Mousavi, L. Chaney, A.T. Lech and R.B. Kaner,
Engineering three-dimensional hybrid supercapacitors and microsupercapacitors for high-performance integrated energy storage, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 112, 4233 (2015).


S.E. Moosavifard, M.F. El-Kady, M.S. Rahmanifar, R.B. Kaner, M.F. Mousavi,

Designing 3D Highly Ordered Nanoporous CuO Electrodes for High-Performance Asymmetric Supercapacitors, ACS Appl. Mater. & Interfaces, DOI: 1021/am508816t (2015).


M. El-Kady and R.B. Kaner,

Direct Laser Writing of Graphene Electronics, ACS Nano, 8, 8725 (2014).


K Griffiths, C. Dale, J. Hedley, M.D. Kowal, R.B. Kaner and N. Keegan,

Laser-scribed graphene presents an opportunity to print a new generation of disposable electrochemical sensors, Nanoscale, 6, 13613 (2014).


J. Torres and R.B. Kaner,

Graphene synthesis: Graphene closer to fruition, Nature Materials, 13, 328 (2014).


A. Pendashteh, M.S. Rahmanifar, R.B. Kaner and M.F. Mousavi,

Facile synthesis of nanostructured CuCo2O4 as a novel electrode material for high-rate supercapacitors, Chem. Commun., 50, 1972 (2014).


J.K. Wassei and R.B. Kaner,

Oh, the Places You’ll Go with Graphene, Acc. Chem. Res., 46, 2244 (2013).


M.F. El-Kady and R.B. Kaner,

Scalable fabrication of high-power graphene micro-supercapacitors for flexible and on-chip energy storage, Nature Commun., 4, 1475 (2013).


M.F. El-Kady, V. Strong, S. Dubin and R.B. Kaner,

Laser scribing of high performance and flexible graphene-based electrochemical capacitors, Science, 335, 1326 (2012).


V. Strong, S. Dubin, M. El-Kady and R.B. Kaner,

Patterning and electronic tuning of laser scribed graphene for flexible all-carbon devices, ACS Nano, 6, 1395 (2012).


For a more complete listing of research by Richard B. Kaner, consult Google Scholar.