Press Interest

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  • C. O’Connor, “Invisibility cloaks could soon become a reality,” August 10, 2016 [web].
  • “Graphene for use in bio-sensors,” Horizon 2020 Projects,  June 07, 2016  [web].
  • M. Berger, “Graphene-based smart contact lens works as self-powered biosensor,” Nanowerk, June 06, 2016 [web].
  • E. Landau and M. Smith, “Top science and space stories of 2013,” CNN, December 29, 2013 [web].
  • Jean-Jacques DeLisle, “Graphene-based phase shifters pave the way for terahertz inter/intra-chip communication,” RF & Microwave Magazine, November 27, 2013 [web].
  • M. Thompson, “U.S. military’s quest for “invisible” troops and weapons drawing closer,” Times, November 19, 2013 [web].
  • G. LeBlond, “Battery-Powered Cloaking Device In The Works At U Texas,” Red Orbit, November 19, 2013 (web).
  • B. Lakich, “Harry Potter fans get ready: UT researchers may have designed the cloak of invisibility,” Culture Map Austin, November 19, 2013 (web).
  • S. Zaragoza, “Researchers design first battery-powered invisibility cloaking device” Phys.Org (web), news releases of Cockrell School of Engineering College of Engineering, UT  Austin, November 18, 2013 (web).
  • J. Marker,  “First battery-powered invisibility cloaking device designed,” Science Recorder, November 18, 2013 (web).
  • J. Morgan, “New ‘invisibility cloak’ type designed,” BBC News, November 13, 2013 (web).
  • J. Vincent, “New ‘active’ invisibility cloak design ‘drastically reduces’ visibility,” The Independent, November 12, 2013 (web).
  • S. Anthony, “New invisibility cloak combines metamaterials and fancy electronics to be thinner, lighter, more invisible,” ExtremeTech, November 11, 2013 (web).
  • B. Dodson, “Two research groups create active invisibility cloaks,” Gizmag, November 14, 2013 (web).
  • C. Q. Choi, “Hey wizards! Those invisibility cloaks make you even more visible,” NBC News, November 7, 2013 (web).
  • C. Choi, “Invisibility Cloaks Make You More Visible,” Discovery News, November 7, 2013 (web).
  • B. Bullock, “Invisibility cloak in the works at UT,” The Daily Texan, March 29, 2013 (web).
  • L. Clark, “Lightweight, micrometre-thin invisibility cloak shields from all angles,” Weird, March 28, 2013 (web).
  • J. Koebler, “Scientists develop ‘invisibility cloak’—with a catch,” US News, March 27, 2013 (web).
  • D. Sawyer, “Instant index: scientists make ‘invisibility cloak’ a reality,” ABC News, March 27, 2013 (web).
  • B. Brumfield, “Invisibility cloak a step closer,” CNN News, March 27, 2013 (web).
  • Amina Khan, “New super-thin, flexible invisibility cloak wows Harry Potter fans,” LA Times , March 27, 2013 (web).
  • A. Johnson, “Physicists make breakthrough on ‘invisibility cloak,” CTV News, March 27, 2013 (web).
  • C. K. Chumley, “Harry Potter-esque invisibility cloak moves closer to reality,” The Washington Times, March 27, 2013 (web).
  • T. Kemsley, “Harry Potter Cloak one step closer to reality,” Thanks to Texas Researchers,” Nature World News, March 26, 2013 (web).
  • Xinhua, “Miniature version of Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak created,” CCTV, March 26, 2013 (web).
  • E. Gent, “Invisibility cloak’ hides 3D objects from microwaves,” IET Engineering & Technology Magazine, March 26, 2013 (web).
  • L. Rannals, “Invisibility cloak method brings Harry Potters cloak into reality,” Red Orbit, March 26, 2013 (web).
  • C. Moskowitz, “Harry Potter-like invisibility cloak works (in a lab),” CBS News, March 26, 2013 (web).
  • Alan Boyle, “This invisibility cloak is thinner than anything in Harry Potter’s closet,” NBC News, March 25, 2013 (web).
  • “Invisibility cloaks are almost a reality after scientists invent ultra-thin material that hides objects from microwaves,” Mail Online News, March 25, 2013 (web).
  • Donald D. Harrington Dissertation Fellowship announced, September, 2012 (web).
  • URSI Awards 2011 announced, January, 2012 (web).
  • R. Boland, “Materially altering technology,” Signal Magazine, September 2011 (web).
  • D. Johnson, “Graphene enables invisibility cloak,” IEEE Spectrum Nanoclast, July 7, 2011 (web).
  • M. Berger, “A single layer of graphene is the thinnest possible invisibility cloak,” Nanowerk, June 30, 2011 (web).
  • I. Topre, “Texas now has the thinnest invisibility cloak,” CrazyEngineers,  June 30, 2011 (web).
  • E. Kee, “Invisibility cloak relies on graphene in list of ingredients,” Ubergizmo, July 07, 2011 (web).
  • Research Spotlight of UT ECE, “Thinnest possible invisibility cloak,” June 21, 2011 (web).