Sodium is one of the most abundant and affordable metals in the world. Now researchers at Graphene Flagship partner Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, present a concept that allows sodium ion batteries to match the capacity of today's lithium-ion batteries.
Together, the companies are determined to develop high-performance materials and establish new markets.
Diversity matters: Nourishing an inclusive consortium on the road to a bright future
Meet the team assessing the safety and environmental impact of graphene and layered materials.
Spearhead Project Circuitbreakers designs innovative circuitbreakers using graphene composites.
Graphene Flagship scientists, spin-offs and Spearhead projects show off their latest results at Graphene Week 2021.
James Hone, Professor and Chair of Mechanical Engineering at Columbia University, is one of our keynote speakers at Graphene Week 2021.
Graphene photodetectors on silicon microrings could reduce the cost and carbon footprint of data transfer.
Khanna won the networking prize at Graphene for Research, Innovation and Collaboration, and will present his research at the live Graphene Week conference this September.
Exhibition booths are still available, but the deadline is approaching fast.
Graphene Flagship Partner Graphmatech AB strives to develop graphene composite materials for metals, polymers and additives.
New technologies for the production of layered materials can help us manufacture low cost, chip-scale gas sensors for the Internet of Things (IoT).
The successful scientist-turned-entrepreneur will speak on Industry Day at Graphene Week 2021.
Looking back at our Innovation and Technology Roadmap – where will the future take us?