Graphenea has been a partner of the Graphene Flagship since the start. Together, we reflect on a decade of innovation and collaboration – as well as a new foundry
The Graphene Flagship Ethics Advisory Board helps to review project proposals for ethical pitfalls and serves as an advisory body for partners with questions about best practice, safe by design products and research initiatives and other ethical quandaries.
Interviews with the three winners - featuring many valuable research insights
Short visit grants for the Graphene Flagship’s Partnering Division foster European joint efforts
Graphene Flagship researchers published three studies related to the sustainable production of graphene related materials (GRMs) and their Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
Graphene Week 2022, held at the awe-inspiring BMW Welt in Munich, Germany 5-9 September, brought together graphene researchers and industry to an unprecedented level.
MoS2-enabled logic-in-memory devices with the potential to outperform silicon
Graphene Flagship researchers at the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), Barcelona, have led the publication of Nature review that roadmaps the possibilities of 2D materials in spin-based memory technologies.
In response to the war in Ukraine, Graphene Flagship Director Jari Kinaret has created a grant to support Ukrainian researchers wishing to participate in Graphene Flagship events. Russian and Belarussian institutions have been suspended from the project.
The latest Graphene Flagship Annual Report presents our most exciting innovations for 2021. For the first time ever, it incorporates a dedicated section for our 2D Experimental Pilot Line, as well as five features about the fantastic opportunities of graphene and layered materials. Read on and discover 84 pages of research, innovation and collaboration! Enjoy the #GrapheneExperience.
Our Graphene Flagship conference Graphene Week comes back in person this year! We’re travelling to the BMW Welt in Munich, Germany, one of the most important innovation hubs in Europe, to discover the latest advances in graphene and layered materials.
We interview Thierry Ouisse about MORE-MXenes, a Graphene Flagship Partnering Project that finished recently. Their research focused on understanding an interesting family of layered materials containing rare-earths, with great potential in electronics and spintronics.
Graphene Flagship Associated Member Atomic Mechanics, have applied their expertise with graphene-enabled flexible sensors to enhance interactions with any surface, which could find different applications in robotic surgery.
The Graphene Flagship funds comprehensive roadmapping efforts within our Industrialisation Work Package. Our researchers study the state-of-the-art developments based on graphene technologies, analyse the market, and then provide strategic guidance on commercial uptake and industrial impact.