Young and innovative, Graphene Flagship Partner NANESA is creating products based on composite materials to meet the needs of clients across various fields.
An interview of Tenutec’s CEO Sebastian Ringqvist about innovative thermal dissipation systems with low footprint
“Lignography”: the art of making sensors out of wood scraps
Graphene Week 2023 is soon approaching. The 2023 edition of the Graphene Flagship’s Graphene Week will take place at Svenska Massan, in Gothenburg, Sweden from 4 -8 September 2023. With this year’s theme being ‘Turn Wonder into Action’, the conference is set to showcase the achievements of the Graphene Flagship and it’s partners this past decade and facilitate varied discussions on the future possibilities of Graphene research and applications.
Several spin-outs that are directly partnered with the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) at Graphene Flagship Partner The University of Manchester (UK) have received milestone funding, including a $1 billion investment.
Graphene has proven to be a game-changer in the textile industry, that’s why several sports and clothing brands are working with graphene suppliers to produce graphene-enriched fabrics.
Graphene is at once strong and light, thus it can be a great reinforcement material for the construction industry.
Making progress in photovoltaics
Graphene integrated with other materials brings new products to the forefront of innovation - an exciting advancement that we will be exploring in our "Materials of the future" series. We begin this series with metals.
BLACKLEAF uses a simple method with just three ingredients
An interview about Carbon Waters’ success story
Replacing metals with environmentally friendly and skin-compatible inks.
Bojan Haidar aims to bring graphene and layered materials from the scientific community to a broader public.
The Graphene Flagship will exhibit exciting graphene applications for the energy sector at Enlit Europe, from 29 November to 1 December 2022 in Frankfurt.