Exploring graphene’s role in the next generation of medical treatment
Online Graphene Flagship healthcare event highlights the importance of collaboration for developing and patenting new technology
Torkel Nord Bjärneman offers his insights on graphene applications in photonics and optoelectronics.
Knowledge and technology transfer, or KTT, played a role in the creation of everything from Google to Gatorade. The Graphene Flagship explores this growing field, and how it connects academia with industry.
An interview with Marina Foti, expert in photovoltaics and leader of the Graphene Flagship’s Spearhead Project GRAPES
SIO Grafen aims to raise industrial interest in graphene research in Sweden, forging connections between Swedish and European graphene ecosystems
This certificate is the first of its kind, and will encourage other projects to follow our lead showing their appreciation for the work in standardisation and regulation.
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.
The Graphene Flagship funds a number of Spearhead Projects, initiatives with well-defined, application-oriented objectives that are motivated by market opportunities. These Spearheads focus on a wide range of application areas, but all have the common goal of developing new or improved products with integrated graphene or layered materials.
With this signature, the EC continues its commitment to support the €1B Flagship project, which began in 2013.
Maria Smolander and Henrik Sandberg from Graphene Flagship partner VTT, Finland, and Daniel Neumaier from Graphene Flagship partner AMO, discuss the potential of graphene-based wearable electronics to shape the future of personal devices.
Dubbed as the 'year of wearables', 2014 witnessed a surge in wearable technology for health applications and, since then, the rate at which products are released has not slowed down.