The first workshop in the series “Graphene from the buyer’s perspective – the powers of standardisation,” held on 19 February 2021 and organised by the Graphene Flagship Standardisation team from Work Package Industrialisation, focused on one specific material group: powders, dispersions and composites.
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Welcome to the home of the future.
Ten invited speakers discuss career choices, equality at work initiatives and successful strategies to network efficiently from home
Graphene Flagship Associate Member Grapheal receives investment for clinical studies to validate their technologies and accelerate time-to-market.
Chip based on layered materials serves as both an image sensor and a neural network, classifying images a thousand times faster than conventional machine-vision systems
A biocompatible implant based on graphene safely measures and predicts brain states.
Graphene Flagship researchers boost the efficiency of conductive inks and devices connecting layered materials flakes with small molecules
Graphene Flagship researchers have developed a new measurement standard for the analysis of graphene and layered materials that could accelerate production and optimise device fabrication.
To help ensure equal and inclusive work conditions in STEM, the Graphene Flagship is holding a career event as part of its Diversity in Graphene programme.
Meet Ana Helman, who works at the interface between the Graphene Flagship Core Project and other national and international research initiatives.
Researchers from FLAG-ERA’s TAILSPIN project ‘take a dip’ in the quantum world and push ahead with low-power transistors based on semiconducting graphene nanoribbons
Based at Technische Universität Dresden, Ali Shaygan Nia is a business developer for graphene-based coatings and composites for environmental applications such as air and water purification and anticorrosion coatings. Shaygan Nia has a PhD in polymer chemistry and more than six years’ experience developing graphene and 2D materials for composites and coatings. He also has experience on graphene-based product development and commercialisation by acting as application engineer at the Graphene Flagship's spin-off Sixonia Tech. Shaygan Nia now offers his thoughts on the current state of graphene in foam and coating applications.
Graphene Flagship researchers have devised a wafer-scale fabrication method that paves the way to the next generation of telecom and datacom devices.