Since its inception, the Graphene Flagship has focused on both fundamental science and technological innovation. Here you can find a selection of key innovation developments from 2021 that bring graphene products closer to the market.
The last years have been quite unusual, but this did not get in the way of new innovations from Graphene Flagship members, Partnering Projects and Spearhead Projects around Europe. Here, Francesco Bonaccorso, Deputy Head of Innovation for the Graphene Flagship, looks back at four of the most-read graphene stories from the last year. Read on to learn about how graphene could give us faster mobile phones, safer aircraft and seafaring vessels, and even a new construction material that replicates human bone.
The Graphene Flagship's Innovation team work tirelessly to strengthen our collaboration with industry stakeholders to increase the technology readiness levels of our products.
Boasting light-weight characteristics and supreme thermal properties, graphene-enhanced plane leading edge will save airlines huge sums of fuel costs over the plane’s lifespan.
Sara De Simoni, Vice President of Equipment Engineering at Tetra Pak, was instrumental in bringing the company into the Graphene Flagship and organising a joint Marketplace event with the project. Learn more about her motivations and experiences joining the Graphene Flagship in the interview below.
A public lecture will show how Tetra Pak is planning to use graphene and collaborate with the Graphene Flagship
The Graphene Flagship co-hosted the Graphene Marketplace event, "Graphene: Revolution is coming to Earth… and Space".
Mobile World Conference (MWC) 2019 will be the Graphene Flagship’s fourth year organising an exhibit
The roadmap session is driven by the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI team and will be chaired by Dr Michael Meister who has assembled a panel of expert speakers to provide insights on the industrial demands of Graphene in the coming years.