The Graphene Flagship is sailing on to new horizons, under a different funding structure that adapts to the widening European ecosystem around graphene and layered materials.
Graphene Flagship announces 30 percent ROI at conference
For the past decade, the Graphene Flagship, the EU’s largest ever research programme, has been coordinated from Chalmers with Jari Kinaret at the helm. As the project reaches the ten-year mark, expectations have been realised, a strong European research field on graphene has been established, and the journey will continue.
This year marks the ten-year anniversary of the Graphene Flagship, and we are taking this opportunity to celebrate a decade of 2D materials research and innovation. We have helped to shepherd graphene from the lab and into commercial applications.
Science, fun, creativity… and love
A step-by-step look at the 2D-EPL’s first multi-project wafer run
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.
The spin-off gets ready to accelerate commercial growth and recruit more talents
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.
From valuable diversity initiatives to new study opportunities, to the Graphene Flagship’s biggest ever event – this year’s calendar has it all
We are approaching the 10th anniversary of the Graphene Flagship and the time has flow very quickly. Graphene Flagship Science and Technology Officer Andrea C. Ferrari looks at what has happened over the project’s last decade of graphene research and innovation work.
Sixonia Tech develops customised formulations with electrochemical exfoliation
A selection of nine projects that are bringing graphene to the next level
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.