Graphene is a hot research area, and it can be hard to keep up! In the spirit of Google News, Graphene Times aspires to help, keeping the reader informed of the latest news and research activity in an interactive and interconnected format. Graphene Times currently pulls the newest graphene articles from arXiv.org, Nano Letters, ACS Nano, Journal of Physical Chemistry-B, Science, Science Express, Physical Review Letters, Physical Review B, Reviews of Modern Physics, APS journals, Applied Physics Letters, Nature, Nature Materials, Nature Nanotechnology, Nature Physics, Solid State Communications, and Carbon, in addition to news via Google.
Notable features of the website include selective category lists (e.g., all papers, only arXiv preprints, only accepted papers, news, blog entries, etc.), tags (with associated tag lists), search, reader ratings/comments, related articles, and direct links to add items to bibliography/bookmarking sites such as Bibsonomy, CiteULike, Connotea, etc.
Commentary will appear directly from readers on comment/discussion pages and in a more structured format through blog entries (contributions are solicited).
Graphene Times is owned and operated by Mike Sprinkle, a former MRSEC grad student at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The opinions expressed in comments and blog entries are owned by their authors and are not the opinions of Georgia Tech, the Georgia Tech School of Physics, or any particular research group.