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.
Spearhead Project Circuitbreakers designs innovative circuitbreakers using graphene composites.
Graphene photodetectors on silicon microrings could reduce the cost and carbon footprint of data transfer.
Graphene Flagship Partner Graphmatech AB strives to develop graphene composite materials for metals, polymers and additives.
Meet the team on the hunt for new layered materials and heterostructures.
Graphene oxide inhibits post-traumatic stress disorder.
Our partner Graphmatech manufactures and supplies graphene-enabled materials, such as metals and polymers. These materials are stronger, more conductive and more durable than the current alternatives. The new investment round will accelerate their technology development and launch graphene-based products to new markets.
Discover the growing potential of graphene and layered materials.
Nuno Peres tells us how graphene can shed light on the elusive behaviour of superconducting materials
Ultra-high-density hard drives made with graphene store ten times more data – a big leap forward for our data-hungry society
Meet the team that unlocks new applications and functionalities of graphene.
Graphene Flagship Partnering Project 2D-CHEM expands the potential of graphene derivatives for societal challenges like producing clean water.
Associate Member Grafren AB develops smart textiles using their newly-patented method to separate high-quality graphene flakes.