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A Happy New Year To All! YEAR THREE-The Meteoric Rise Of Graphene Oxide
Now, for those of you who do not know what graphene oxide is let me give you a brief explanation. Graphene oxide first and foremost is poisonous to humans. Graphene is the best known natural heat and electrical conductor there is and can store electric energy, and is practically indestructible. Graphene oxide can host its own magnetic field and it is also the main ingredient in a hydrogel which is the AI template used in Elon Musk and Bill Gates's research into creating an interface, (neural network) between humans and the internet, (5G) or AI (artificial intelligence). Graphene Oxide is considered nanotechnology.
Graphene Oxide is "not" added into Covid-19 vaccines and boosters "according to health experts, scientists and government leaders... but"-Graphene Oxide is being coated onto protected face masks, millions of 'em: ZEN Graphene Solutions and Trebor Rx have just produced 800 million masks coated with the stuff!
It is, however, being added to the flu vaccine!
Graphene oxide is giving a boost to new intranasal flu vaccine Researchers at Georgia State University and Emory University who have developed an intranasal influenza vaccine using recombinant hemagglutinin (HA), a protein found on the surface of influenza viruses, as the antigen component of the vaccine. They also created a two-dimensional nano-material (polyethyleneimine-functionalized graphene oxide nanoparticles) and found that it displayed potent adjuvant (immunoenhancing) effects on influenza vaccines delivered intranasally. Full story
Meanwhile, researchers have developed graphene-biosensors for brain machine interfaces.
Researchers at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have developed a novel graphene-based biosensor, set to drive new innovations in brain-controlled robotics. The biosensor adheres to the skin of the face and head in order to detect electrical signals being sent by the brain. These signals can be translated into commands to control autonomous robotic systems. The sensor, made of epitaxial graphene grown onto a silicon carbide on silicon substrate, overcomes the major challenges of corrosion, durability and skin-contact resistance. Full story
And there is more! Much more...
GraphWear closes $20.5M Series B for a needle-free, graphene-powered glucose monitor
Graphwear, a startup developing graphene-based needle-free approaches to glucose monitoring, recently closed a $20.5 million Series B round. GraphWear is developing a skin-surface-level wearable made of graphene. The sensor is small, about the size of an Apple Watch — but the key piece of technology is actually housed on the bottom. It’s a thin slice of graphene that fits onto the back of the watch, or onto a sticker that can be worn on the abdomen. Full story
Developing next-generation graphene-based optical networks for 5G and future communication technologies
Paola Galli is an expert in photonic transceivers for next-generation optical networks, who introduced Nokia Italy to the Graphene Flagship consortium. She also leads the Graphene Flagship Spearhead Project METROGRAPH, which aims to devise a low-cost optical transceiver to transmit and receive data with graphene-enabled photonics. Full story
Demand for Graphene Nano-composites Market is anticipated to witness momentous growth during the forecast period 2018 to 2028
The global graphene nano-composites market is estimated to have been pegged at US$ 50.4Mn in terms of value at the end of 2018 and is expected to potentially reach US$ 800.4 Mn by the end of 2028, registering over 15X growth during the forecast period. The graphene nano-composites market report divulges that the adoption of graphene nano-composites for the electronics & energy storage application is estimated to account for almost 50% of the consumption during the forecast period. Full story
Graphene Flagship researchers have discovered that graphene oxide inhibits anxiety-related behaviours in a model study.
They found that, "Injecting" graphene oxide into a specific region of the brain silences the neurones responsible for anxious behaviour. Scientists have developed a sensor that detects brain signals in a wide frequency band, from extremely low frequencies to high frequency oscillations. The sensor is biocompatible and could be used to measure and predict brain states. Full story
Graphene oxide is currently capturing the imagination of scientists and health experts because of its use as a fantastic conductor of electricity and can host its own "magnetic field" and could quite easily connect us, (humans) to the internet where we could, once and for all be monitored on a neural network connected to the brain, this technology is already out there and is being championed by Elon Musk and Bill Gates and computer giants IBM, to name just a few.
According to IBM, neural networks reflect the behaviour of the human brain, allowing computer programs to recognise patterns and solve common problems in the fields of AI, machine learning, and deep learning. Now, with the use of lipid nanotechnology delivering mRNA effectively to cells, DNA sequencing could quite easily be tweaked so a person could be monitored through a neural link or RFID chip along with the graphene electrical conductor. "Mark Of The Beast," mentioned in Revelation 13 springs to mind!
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