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Johan Hammersberg is the business developer for electronics applications for the Graphene Flagship with 25 years of experience in research and product development from academia and industry within electronics and photonics.
Innovation / Industry / Electronics

Graphene for Electronics Applications


Johan Hammersberg is the business developer for electronics applications for the Graphene Flagship with 25 years of experience in research and product development from academia and industry within electronics and photonics.

By Rebecca Waters / 25 September 2018
Mapping Graphene’s Industry Potential
Innovation / Industry / Our project

Mapping Graphene’s Industry Potential


The Graphene Flagship’s Technology and Innovation Roadmap demonstrates the various paths that graphene can take to transition from the lab to use in industrial applications.

By Graphene Flagship / 18 September 2018
Graphene Innovation Forum
Graphene Week / Innovation / Collaboration

Graphene Innovation Forum


The Graphene Innovation Forum at Graphene Week 2018 was well attended and generated valuable discussions about graphene's path to industrial applications.

By Graphene Flagship / 14 September 2018
Graphene Week to go LIVE
Graphene Week / Collaboration / Our project

Graphene Week to go LIVE


This years Graphene Week will see our first LIVE stream broadcast showcasing some of the keynote speaker lectures, so you can be a part of the experience even if you can't make it to San Sebastian.

By Nishad Karim / 07 September 2018
Over 600 graphene stars gather in San Sebastian
Graphene Week / Our project / Innovation

Over 600 graphene stars gather in San Sebastian


Graphene Week 2018 marks an outstanding landmark – the half-way point of the Graphene Flagship’s 10 year journey that will bring graphene ‘from lab to fab’.

By Fernando Gomollón-Bel / 06 September 2018
Water is one of the most fascinating substances on Earth. At the heart of its many unusual properties, it shows a strong response to applied electric fields, what scientists call high polarizability. Now, researchers within the Graphene Flagship at the University of Manchester found that water behaves very differently on a microscopic scale, which could lead to a better understanding of life.
fundamental / research / collaboration

Microscopic water sheds new light on life


Researchers within the Graphene Flagship at the University of Manchester found that water behaves very differently on a microscopic scale, which could lead to a better understanding of life.

By University of Manchester and Fernando Gomollon-Bel / 23 June 2018
Schematic representation of the material structure with PEI molecules, constrained between graphene oxide nanosheets. Credit: ACS
materials / fundamental / research

Graphene makes its mark on gas separation


Graphene Flagship researchers overcame the theoretical limiting performance of membranes in gas separation.

By Siân Fogden / 15 June 2018