Online Graphene Flagship healthcare event highlights the importance of collaboration for developing and patenting new technology
A study conducted by Graphene Flagship scientists shows that graphene quantum dots – a form of graphene with applications in both diagnostics and therapy – are biodegradable by two enzymes found in the human body.
Analysis of patent data highlights Europe as a strong contender, and new medical applications of graphene are expected on the horizon
Two new photodetectors yield highest responsivity and frequency to date
Our Diversity in Graphene initiative strives for better inclusivity in our consortium and scientific research.
The half-day-long online event connected industrial players in the field of electronics and encouraged new collaborations using graphene
How could graphene pave the way to next-generation urban life?
Torkel Nord Bjärneman offers his insights on graphene applications in photonics and optoelectronics.
Interview with Marko Spasenović, Graphene Flagship Associate Member, about graphene’s role in next-generation sensors
Knowledge and technology transfer, or KTT, played a role in the creation of everything from Google to Gatorade. The Graphene Flagship explores this growing field, and how it connects academia with industry.
The European Research Area Network FLAG-ERA has released a pre-announcement for the fourth call to support, extend and introduce new scientific Partnering Projects to the EU-funded Graphene Flagship and Human Brain Project initiatives.
An interview with Marina Foti, expert in photovoltaics and leader of the Graphene Flagship’s Spearhead Project GRAPES
SIO Grafen aims to raise industrial interest in graphene research in Sweden, forging connections between Swedish and European graphene ecosystems
The Graphene Flagship's mission is to take graphene, related layered materials and hybrid systems (GRMs) from a state of raw potential to a point where they can revolutionize multiple industries.