A selection of nine projects that are bringing graphene to the next level
Solar panels comprising perovskite, graphene and related materials demonstrate their potential in outdoor tests.
An interview with Qurv’s CTO about wide spectrum image sensors for computer vision applications in self-driving cars and other mass-market autonomous systems.
Graphene removes emerging contaminants from water
A turnkey instrument to support clinicians and histopathologists
Graphene-enabled sensors for wound monitoring, pathogen detection and more
Graphene-enabled photonics to replace silicon
Aixtron’s strengths in metalorganic chemical vapour deposition
An interview with ABB’s Research Team Manager at Corporate Research, Santanu Singha
Today, we learn about two Swedish companies associated with the Graphene Flagship that tackle environmental issues: Bright Day Graphene and Granode.
Since its inception, the Graphene Flagship has focused on both fundamental science and technological innovation. Here you can find a selection of key innovation developments from 2021 that bring graphene products closer to the market.
Researchers at the Graphene Flagship are exploring the potential of graphene in applications like sensors, coatings and foams to tackle air pollution.
During Diversity in Graphene Career Event 2022, Claudia Backes gave a presentation about her career path from her undergraduate years to her current position as Chair Professor of Physical Chemistry of Nanomaterials at the University of Kassel, Germany.
An overview of our most successful collaborations from the Graphene Flagship with researchers in China, Korea and Japan