AIAA Aerospace America: GW micro-propulsion work was mentioned in the AIAA Aerospace America annual review on electric propulsion, published in December 2015. A micropropulsion system developed at the George Washington University successfully launched into space at the end of May 2015.
Review of Ophthalmology, August 2015, Plasma Technology in Ophthalmology RO
GW TODAY, June 15, 2015, GW researcher’s plasma thruster reaches space GW Today
Lab Talk (IOP), February 2015, Electric propulsion for small satellites IOP
Material Views (Wiley) highlighted special issue on "plasma & cancer". materialsviews
AIAA Aerospace America: GW micro-propulsion work was mentioned in the AIAA Aerospace America annual review on electric propulsion, published in December 2014. New micro thrusters for cube satellites are being developed by GW’s MicroPropulsion and Nanotechnology Laboratory.
IEEE Spectrum: “Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes Join Forces to Tackle Supercapacitors”. IEEE
EETimes: “Ultracapacitor Breakthrough May Recharge Energy Storage” . EETimes
Science Recorder: “Ultracapacitors built with carbon nanotubes and graphene deliver high performance at low cost”. Science Recorder
Discovery: “Super Energy Combo Could Charge Car in Minutes”, Discovery
R&D Magazine: High performance and low cost capacitors R&D
The Christian Science Monitor: “How a lab accident could revolutionize energy storage”. CSM
NSF I-Corps Program: video commercial for the National Science Foundation’s I-Corps program. Graphene Team is featured in the video. What is I-Corps?
GW Media Release: The George Washington University Hosts Record-Size International Electric Propulsion Conference.