The Graphene Flagship has long been committed to investing in young, talented scientists to assist in the research and development of graphene and related materials. We interviewed early career researchers from the Graphene Flagship's Core partners, AMs and PPs about their time collaborating with the project and their expectations ahead of Graphene Week 2019.
A new class of flexible and transparent wearable devices conforms to the skin, providing continuous and accurate measurements of multiple human vital signs – heart rate, respiration rate, blood pulse oxygenation, and exposure to UV radiation.
New graphene-based sensors could be used by police to detect opiate abuse by analysing suspects’ urine samples.
We interview Cinzia Spinato and Nadia Pons about the upcoming Graphene Connect event in Barcelona, which will showcase graphene innovative projects targeting the healthcare sector.
The Validation Service provided by the Graphene Flagship is a resource for characterisation techniques.
Henrik Sandberg, Graphene Flagship business developer, speaks about the flexible and wearable applications of graphene
Graphene Flagship launched a collaboration with Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, allowing the three poster prize winners from the Graphene Study winter school to attend the meeting.
Kari Hjelt, Head of Innovation of the Graphene Flagship, explores graphene's potential to shift entire industries such as aviation, automation and energy generation and storage.
Today, Graphene Flagship industrial partner AIXTRON showcased two new systems that enable cost-effective graphene production for a myriad of applications – such as consumer electronics, sensors, and photonics.
The Graphene Flagship participates in a sounding-rocket launch in collaboration with the European Space Agency to test the printing of graphene devices in space.
Graphene Flagship industrial partner, Emberion, is launching a new hyperspectral graphene photodetector at Laser World of Photonics on June 24 to 27 Munich, Germany.
Graphene Flagship Associated Member Atomic Mechanics is designing, manufacturing and commercialising a range of sensor devices with applications in robotic surgery equipment. Image credit: Wikimedia commons (Marcy Sanchez DVIDS)
It is a two-dimensional material that has promised almost magical applications. Almost ten years after its ‘parents’ won a Nobel Prize, its most mundane applications are coming to market. Although the products are not revolutionary, many companies that use graphene do so with a secrecy that stands out against the marketing of others. (Picture. Graphenea)
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 GICE.