Over the last 10 years, the number of companies and industries involved in the Graphene Flagship increased considerably. Large companies, spin-offs and SMEs have come aboard our community as Graphene Flagship Partners or Associated Members.
Trace amounts of graphene and other layered materials are often sufficient to enhance the properties of other materials. Graphene Flagship researchers add graphene to metals, plastics and other materials, to make them stronger, lighter, conductive and so forth.
The Graphene Flagship hosted its third Australia-EU Workshop in Melbourne, Australia
The Graphene Flagship’s Associated Member Grafren is creating graphene composites that could make electric vehicles safer and more weight efficient. Grafren has been selected as one of the finalists for the Startup Booster award at JEC World 2023.
Graphene Flagship partner Avanzare, a Spanish company manufacturing nanomaterials and advanced materials, is turning heads at JEC World 2023 with a unique demo.
There are many misconceptions about the state of graphene production, but at this point the issues of graphene mass production are by and large solved. Graphene Flagship Partners and Associated Members are creating tonnes of graphene in various forms for myriad applications every year.
Graphene Flagship spin-off company INBRAIN Neuroelectronics has won El Periódico’s Enterprise + Innovation prize for its graphene-based work to advance neuroelectronic therapies and digital personalisation
The Swedish spin off pioneers a technology to control edges in transition metal dichalcogenides with close-to-atomic precision
Expected improvements include extreme temperature and pressure.
Materials science meets design and sustainability at Design London 2022: Versarien and designer Steuart Padwick display a low-carbon artwork.
Sixonia Tech develops customised formulations with electrochemical exfoliation
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.
Graphene Flagship researchers have now demonstrated a novel engineering approach to enhance the electrical stability of two-dimensional transistors by carefully tuning the Fermi energy. The results, part of the 2D-Experimental Pilot Line (2D-EPL) project within the Graphene Flagship, have been reported in Nature Electronics.