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Profile Mar Garcia Hernandez


​Mar García-Hernandez of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) is the leader of the Graphene Flagship Work Package Enabling Materials, which is focused on development of scalable synthesis methods for graphene and other layered materials.

By Graphene Flagship / 05 February 2020
Nathan Feddy portrait.
Innovation / Composites / Industry

Graphene for Composites Applications


Nathan Feddy is the business developer for composites applications for the Graphene Flagship. Feddy gained key experience in the financial and nanotechnology consultancy sectors prior to joining the team at The University of Manchester’s state-of-the-art Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC). He has worked with several high-profile companies to incorporate graphene into their composite materials/products, to provide multi-faceted performance improvements and additional enhancements. Feddy now offers his thoughts on the current state of graphene in composites applications.

By Rebecca Waters / 30 January 2020
Graphene Flagship booth at MWC in Barcelona
Innovation / Exhibition / Collaboration

Deep Tech EU


​Graphene, Quantum and the Human Brain: put it together and, what do you get? Deep Tech EU. The most ambitious EU research initiatives showcase innovations at Deep Tech EU in MWC Barcelona.

By Graphene Flagship / 27 January 2020
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Innovation / Collaboration / Energy

Join the GF C3 Spearhead GRAPES


​The Graphene Flagship is looking for a new partner that brings in specific industrial and technology transfer competences or capabilities that complement the present consortium of the Spearhead Project GRAPES.

By Graphene Flagship / 10 January 2020
Graphene Flagship partners the University of Bologna, Politecnico di Milano, CNR, NEST, Italcementi HeidelbergCement Group, the Israel Institute of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology, and the University of Cambridge have developed a graphene-titania photocatalyst that degrades up to 70% more atmospheric nitrogen oxides (NOx) than standard titania nanoparticles in tests on real pollutants.
Composites / Sustainability / Industry

Smog eating graphene composite reduces atmospheric pollution


Graphene Flagship partners the University of Bologna, Politecnico di Milano, CNR, NEST, Italcementi HeidelbergCement Group, the Israel Institute of Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology, and the University of Cambridge have developed a graphene-titania photocatalyst that degrades up to 70% more atmospheric nitrogen oxides (NOx) than standard titania nanoparticles in tests on real pollutants.

By Tom Foley / 03 December 2019