University of Nebraska Lincoln receives $4.5 million from Department of Defense for graphene research

The University of Nebraska Lincoln has partnered with the Department of Defense and received a $4.5 million, 3-year grant for graphene research. The University was one of several institutions chosen, and the only institution to lead the research effort.

After 8 years of research, the research team at Nebraska said this grant is pushing them one step closer to creating graphene technology. "This research actually has many practical applications, so we expect the structures we are making can be used in various electronic devices or electronic circuits," said Alex Sinitskii, an associate professor of Chemistry at the University.

The grant from the Department of Defense's Naval Office will help the University hire more researchers to their team.

Posted: Oct 27,2019 by Roni Peleg