Researchers uncover new light harvesting potentials

Dr Qin Li, from Griffith University's Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology Centre, sitting and smiling on campus
Griffith Enterprise
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Griffith University researchers have discovered significant new potentials for light harvesting through narrowing the bandgap of titania and graphene quantum dots. The researchers for the first time have found a quantum-confined bandgap narrowing mechanism where UV absorption of the grapheme quantum dots and TiO2 nanoparticles can easily be extended into the visible light range. Such […]

The wonder material stronger than Superman

Environmental Futures Research Institute
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It’s a material so strong even the Man of Steel or a bullet would have trouble breaking through it – and its versatility and exciting potential are only now just being uncovered. Graphene, the technology of the future, will be showcased at a major international conference being hosted by Griffith University next week. The 5th […]

Engineering a driving force at Chem-E-Car

Engineering students, from left, Claudia Smith, Robin Klein, Matthew Watson and Will Stockdale at the Chem-E-Car competition in Melbourne
Griffith School of Engineering and Built Environment
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A group of first-year Griffith University environmental engineering students enjoyed a successful debut in the Chem-E-Car competition at the recent Asia Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering in Melbourne. The competition challenges students’ ability to design and build a car that uses a chemical reaction, or reactions, to power it and control the distance it travels […]