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The Graphene for Research, Innovation, Collaboration event was very well-received, with over 800 attendees and 57 speakers across 16 sessions, and excellent engagement on social media
digital events / collaboration / research

Great success for leading virtual Graphene Flagship conference


The Graphene for Research, Innovation, Collaboration event was very well-received, with over 800 attendees and 57 speakers across 16 sessions, and excellent engagement on social media

By Tom Foley / 14 October 2020
Meet the human of the future
Health / Biomedical / Innovation

Meet the human of the future


Graphene-enabled technologies expand the realm of possibility within the biomedical and wearable electronics sectors.

By Melanie Lawson / 12 October 2020
The 2D-EPL project will enable large volume production of electronic devices based on two-dimensional materials
Innovation / EPL / Electronics

Graphene Flagship launches first European 'Pilot Line'


Funded by the European Commission, this €20 million project will enable large volume production of electronic devices based on two-dimensional materials.

By Graphene Flagship / 07 October 2020
Graphene Flagship research in the energy sector is both sustainable and diverse.
Sustainability / Energy / Industry

Graphene for greener energy


We are celebrating Energy Efficiency Day by reviewing our contributions to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7: to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.

By Letizia Diamante / 07 October 2020
Graphene received the Nobel Prize in 2010
Research / Materials / Our project

Graphene: a Nobel story


Today, we celebrate 10 years since graphene got its Nobel prize. Join us on a journey back in time as we tell the tale of graphene’s rich and iconic history.

By Fernando Gomollón-Bel / 05 October 2020
Connecting research and industry online
digital events / research / collaboration

Introducing the Graphene Hub


Connecting research and industry online

By Graphene Flagship / 17 September 2020
We interview Peter Steeneken (above) about the advantages of graphene and related materials in the development of sensing devices – particularly NEMS.
sensors / products / research

Graphene enables the smallest, most sensitive sensors


We interview Peter Steeneken (above) about the advantages of graphene and related materials in the development of sensing devices – particularly NEMS.

By Fernando Gomollón-Bel / 14 September 2020