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.
Meet the team assessing the safety and environmental impact of graphene and layered materials.
New technologies for the production of layered materials can help us manufacture low cost, chip-scale gas sensors for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Environmentally friendly production methods lead to more sustainable graphene-based products and devices.
Spearhead Project GRAPHIL develops compact water filters based on graphene.
Graphene Flagship Partnering Project 2D-CHEM expands the potential of graphene derivatives for societal challenges like producing clean water.
How do graphene and layered materials interact with our health and the world around us?
Ali Shaygan Nia, Business Developer at the Graphene Flagship, sets out his vision for graphene-enabled composites.
An interview with Gianluca Fiori, Deputy Leader of the Graphene Flagship’s Electronic Devices Work Package
A study conducted by Graphene Flagship scientists shows that graphene quantum dots – a form of graphene with applications in both diagnostics and therapy – are biodegradable by two enzymes found in the human body.
Our Diversity in Graphene initiative strives for better inclusivity in our consortium and scientific research.
How could graphene pave the way to next-generation urban life?
An interview with Marina Foti, expert in photovoltaics and leader of the Graphene Flagship’s Spearhead Project GRAPES
The Graphene Flagship's mission is to take graphene, related layered materials and hybrid systems (GRMs) from a state of raw potential to a point where they can revolutionize multiple industries.