Our Managing director Dr Zlatka Stoeva spoke recently at a prestigious conference on DZP’s innovative new formulations using non-carbon 2-dimensional (2D) materials which, like graphene, exist as monolayers of unusual properties. In contrast to graphene, these materials have a tunable bandgap and can be used in solution-processable flexible optoelectronics and printed photodetectors to produce thin, flexible sensors, detectors, and imaging devices. All the formulations are stable, water-based, and non-toxic and produce high-quality nanoparticle films with narrow particle-size distributions. An article based on the talk is available on the Institute of Physics’ website nanotechweb 

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