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Nokia uses Graphene to develop world’s fastest humidity sensor.

[embedit snippet="fluids"] Nokia has invested a lot in research work on wonder material Graphene. While most of us assume its most straightforward use in camera sensors and in developing new material for use in smartphone / Tablet body, there is more to Graphene than that it seems. Nokia‘s Research Center in Cambridge

Top stories (weekend): Graphene sensor patent. Funny Nokia advert. Lumia 925 vs competition. Lumia sales report. Lumias getting BT 4.0.

[embedit snippet="adversal-3"] So, this weekend was also full of interesting posts on NPU and here is a recap of what you missed, if you didn't get a chance to check the stories over the weekend. Graphene sensor being worked on: Nokia has been granted a patent for an imaging sensor based on "Graphene"

News Bytes: Nokia and Partners get €1 billion for Graphene research.Toyota and choose HERE Maps.

  Graphene Flagship Consortium, a collection of industry and academic partners  including Nokia  has been chosen by the European Union for the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) program. It is a major project for researching "Graphene, the wonder material" with an investment of 1 billion euros that will be spread over the next 10 years. Nokia