Graphene Flagship scientists launch first graphene-based lubricant for motor engines in Europe
Graphene Flagship spin-off INBRAIN Neuroelectronics develops intelligent graphene-based neural implants for personalised therapies in brain disorders.
The first workshop in the series “Graphene from the buyer’s perspective – the powers of standardisation,” held on 19 February 2021 and organised by the Graphene Flagship Standardisation team from Work Package Industrialisation, focused on one specific material group: powders, dispersions and composites.
Graphene Flagship Associate Member Grapheal receives investment for clinical studies to validate their technologies and accelerate time-to-market.
Biocompatible implant based on graphene safely measures and predicts brain states
Graphene Flagship researchers have developed a new measurement standard for the analysis of graphene and layered materials that could accelerate production and optimise device fabrication.
Based at Technische Universität Dresden, Ali Shaygan Nia is a business developer for graphene-based coatings and composites for environmental applications such as air and water purification and anticorrosion coatings. Shaygan Nia has a PhD in polymer chemistry and more than six years’ experience developing graphene and 2D materials for composites and coatings. He also has experience on graphene-based product development and commercialisation by acting as application engineer at the Graphene Flagship's spin-off Sixonia Tech. Shaygan Nia now offers his thoughts on the current state of graphene in foam and coating applications.
Graphene Flagship researchers report a new method to integrate graphene and 2D materials into semiconductor manufacturing lines, a milestone for the recently launched 2D-EPL project.
Graphene Flagship experts identify key opportunities in graphene commercialisation after a comprehensive three-year analysis of production methods and potential applications.
Learn about the Graphene Flagship’s legal, ethical, financial and administrative managers
Talga's protective graphene coating installed on two active ocean-faring cargo vessels
Check out the Graphene Flagship’s brand-new website, redesigned from the ground up with accessibility at heart
Graphene-enabled technologies expand the realm of possibility within the biomedical and wearable electronics sectors.
Funded by the European Commission, this €20 million project will enable large volume production of electronic devices based on two-dimensional materials.