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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.
Kari Hjelt, Graphene Flagship Head of Innovation, explains how, thanks to graphene, phones could become faster and better-connected, with longer battery lives than ever before.
Cambridge Raman Imaging, spin-off company born from the Graphene Flagship, gains investment to build novel medical microscope for tumor imaging and more
Graphene Flagship Associate Member Nu Quantum promises new quantum devices thanks to 2D and layered materials
INBRAIN will develop graphene-based implants against brain disorders
Our Associate Members and Partnering Projects make up the Graphene Flagship Partnering Division. These are other EU-funded projects, research initiatives in Member States, as well as SMEs and large industrial companies who work in close collaboration with the Graphene Flagship. This partnership greatly extends our reach in terms of technological and research expertise by fostering collaboration beyond our Core Partners. The Graphene Flagship Partnering Division has yielded some great results so far.
Collaboration is at the heart of the Graphene Flagship. Top level researchers in academia, research and industry across Europe are encouraged to discuss strategies that will push graphene to the market.
Graphene Flagship partners CIC nanoGUNE and Graphenea, together with start-up accelerator BerriUP, launched a new funding programme to foster the creation of graphene-related businesses. (Picture credit: Graphenea).
The Graphene Flagship has released its new Annual Report, a collection of success stories covering from fundamental studies and electronics to energy and healthcare applications. (Picture credit: Fabian Schutt, Kiel University).
Today the Graphene Flagship transitions into Core 3, the fourth funding cycle of the €1 Billion research initiative funded by the European Commission.
A new project by the European Commission aims to gather European expertise across the value chain to bring graphene and related materials to market. Image Credit: imec
This whitepaper was written by Graphene Flagship industrial partners, who recommend continued coherent support for research and innovation in layered materials under Horizon Europe.