Graphene Flagship scientists have launched the first graphene-based lubricant for motor engines in Europe.
Graphene Flagship Associate Member Grapheal receives investment for clinical studies to validate their technologies and accelerate time-to-market.
Graphene Flagship experts identify key opportunities in graphene commercialisation after a comprehensive three-year analysis of production methods and potential applications.
We interview Peter Steeneken (above) about the advantages of graphene and related materials in the development of sensing devices – particularly NEMS.
The Graphene Flagship's Standardisation Committee seeks to define a set of consistent and reliable standards for graphene over the years to come.
Payper worked with the Graphene Flagship to develop a new contactless payment method using printable circuits
INBRAIN will develop graphene-based implants against brain disorders
The Graphene Flagship's Innovation team work tirelessly to strengthen our collaboration with industry stakeholders to increase the technology readiness levels of our products.
WearGRAPH's graphene-based battery-free wearable electronics are wireless and flexible
Kari Hjelt, the Graphene Flagship Head of Innovation, explains the potential of layered materials in healthcare applications.
Graphene Flagship Associated Member Grapheal has developed a pioneering graphene-based wearable patch for the remote monitoring of chronic wounds.
There is a growing appetite for spin-offs and SMEs that have grown out of research. Here are four SMEs that are setting the pace in graphene and related materials (GRM) commercialisation in the Graphene Flagship.
It is a two-dimensional material that has promised almost magical applications. Almost ten years after its ‘parents’ won a Nobel Prize, its most mundane applications are coming to market. Although the products are not revolutionary, many companies that use graphene do so with a secrecy that stands out against the marketing of others. (Picture. Graphenea)
Director General of DG CONNECT at the European Commission, Roberto Viola, visited the Graphene Pavilion at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 this morning. In a meeting with the director of the Graphene Flagship, Jari Kinaret, he discovered the ways in which graphene will enable better connectivity.