The National Science Foundation of China (NSFC) awarded an 18-month Young International Researcher Fellowship to a University of Cambridge researcher that will look to se graphene materials composites for organic optoelectronic compounds. The researcher hope to use inkjet printers to produce those devices and then integrate them into displays, light detectors and gas sensors.

In plain English, it means that they hope these kind of devices will enable flexible, cheap and fast cameras. Compared to current printed organic circuits, the graphene-based will be less sensitive to temperature and moisture and will also offer much faster response time that is suited for photodetection.