• Vanderbilt University

    Engineers develop better graphene sieve that could advance clean water efforts

    Developing atomically thin graphene membranes used to separate salt from water is extraordinarily complex and the effort grows more crucial as population growth, industrialization and climate change strain freshwater resources. Vanderbilt engineers have designed a simple defect-sealing technique to correct variations in pore size in graphene membranes. Vanderbilt engineering researchers… Read More

    Aug. 14, 2020