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Data Breach: No Injury-in-Fact, Case Dismissed

It well known that there are, unfortunately, many data breaches that frequently put private citizens’ data privacy in jeopardy.  States have passed a variety of statutes...

To Limit or Not to Limit: What Is the Basis of Your Prior Art Distinction During Prosecution?

VECTURA LIMITED v. GLAXOSMITHKLINE LLC Before Prost, Bryson, and Wallach.  Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of Delaware Summary: Distinguishing...

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"Owing to the talents and efforts of materials chemists, graphene now grows like mold on almost anything, and from almost any feedstock," Boris Yakobson... Read More »
Graphene is pretty much as thin as it gets, being single-layered sheets of carbon molecules and all. As a result, graphene always needs to be supported by some other... Read More »
Michael Crommie, a physicist of Berkeley Lab’s Materials Sciences and Physics Department, led a study of how electrons and holes respond to a charged impurity... Read More »
Graphene, the much-touted miracle material over recent years, seems to demonstrate a promising consistency with regards to progressing towards applicability. The most ... Read More »
Graphene and other carbon allotropes promise dramatic improvements to electronics, but they all suffer from the same problem. These carbon-based structures are... Read More »
Engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) have discovered a catalyst that provides the same level of efficiency in microbial fuel cells (MFCs) as the... Read More »
Tightening or easing the tension on a drumhead will alter the drum sound. This is also the case for drumheads made from graphene. However, instead of changing the... Read More »
New research out of Stony Brook University holds significant potential to revolutionize magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology, especially for medical... Read More »
Organic contaminants in various ecosystems can only be detected at very low concentrations. Research published from the University of Notre Dame could be beneficial... Read More »
Molybdenum disulphide is an indirect bandgap semiconductor in bulk, but a direct bandgap semiconductor as a single layer. Single-layer MoS2 could be used in a variety ... Read More »
One of graphene's unique properties is that it has zero bandgap, which effectively means that it will absorb light of any wavelength and frequency. University of... Read More »
Graphene has caused a lot of excitement among scientists since its discovery in 2004. Just one atom thick, the famed material has several remarkable properties. It... Read More »
Vikas Berry, William H. Honstead Professor of Chemical Engineering at Kansas State University, has developed a novel process that uses a diamond knife to cleave... Read More »
Photodetectors convert light into electrical signals and are widely used as receivers in fiber optic networks, converting light information to the form of an electric ... Read More »
Graphene is a promising replacement for the materials with which we currently construct electronics. Particularly in the field of solar technology, graphene is useful ... Read More »
Gallium Nitride (GaN) has recently been touted as a highly effectively replacement for silicon in high power transistor applications, but overheating of these devices ... Read More »
Photonics is a class of devices analogous to our current electronics except using photons of light instead of electrons. In photonics, light serves as the... Read More »
Sheets of carbon-based nanomaterial graphene -- akin to a sheet of unrolled carbon nanotubes -- has some remarkable properties. A single sheet of graphene is just one ... Read More »
Scientists with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California, Berkeley have developed a technique for encapsulating liquids of... Read More »
Scientists and engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) have discovered an entirely new carbon-based material that is synthesized from the carbon... Read More »
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