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First Graphene secures Innovate UK funding for supercapacitor research

First Graphene secures Innovate UK funding for supercapacitor research

Last month, First Graphene (FGR) announced a milestone in its program to develop high performing supercapacitor materials. Now, the Company announced it has been awarded funding from Innovate UK EDGE to progress development work on its supercapacitor graphene hybrid materials with a Research and Technology Organization (RTO) based in the United Kingdom. The Innovate EDGE… Read More »First Graphene secures Innovate UK funding for supercapacitor research
Mini electricity generator made from quantum dots

Mini electricity generator made from quantum dots

Machines and electronic devices often generate waste heat that is difficult to utilize. If electricity could be generated from this waste heat, it would offer a means for a clean and sustainable power production: Such a technology would be ideally suited for low-power electronics applications such as wearables or low-cost Internet-of-Things devices. This includes, for… Read More »Mini electricity generator made from quantum dots
Advanced Material Development secures InnovateUK grant for work on nanomaterials-based gas sensors

Advanced Material Development secures InnovateUK grant for work on nanomaterials-based gas sensors

Advanced Material Development recently announced a new InnovateUK “Analysis 4 Innovators” grant to work on validating its next generation novel nanomaterial-based gas sensors. AMD is working with the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) on the development and testing of devices using advanced testing equipment, and measurement and analysis experience. The next generation of air quality monitors… Read More »Advanced Material Development secures InnovateUK grant for work on nanomaterials-based gas sensors
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Emberion raises €6 million to further its infrared imaging business

Emberion raises €6 million to further its infrared imaging business

Emberion recently raised €6 million in funding to further develop their infrared imaging business. Currently, Emberion is one of the leaders in the development of these technologies, enabled by graphene and other layered materials. Graphene Flagship partner Emberion develops high-performance SWIR sensors for imaging technologies. These devices detect light in both the visible and short-wave… Read More »Emberion raises €6 million to further its infrared imaging business
Applied Graphene Materials’ graphene-enhanced anti-corrosion primer used by England’s Environment Agency for flood defense applications

Applied Graphene Materials’ graphene-enhanced anti-corrosion primer used by England’s Environment Agency for flood defense applications

Applied Graphene Materials has announced that England’s Environment Agency (EA) has successfully completed its first application of AGM’s harsh environment anti-corrosion product to one of its flood defense assets on the North East coast of England. The coastal flood defense gates were coated with AGM’s new graphene-enhanced Genable CX-based anti-corrosion primer. The AGM’s coating system… Read More »Applied Graphene Materials’ graphene-enhanced anti-corrosion primer used by England’s Environment Agency for flood defense applications
Graphene Innovations launches UK operations

Graphene Innovations launches UK operations

Graphene Innovations Inc has signed a new Tier-1 partnership with Manchester University’s GEIC center. The company will establish a local company (GIIM) in the UK, with plans to hire 10 employees in the next few months. The GEIC partnership enables GIIM to equip a private lab in the facility, with access to highly specialised applications… Read More »Graphene Innovations launches UK operations
Graphene Innovations Inc Manchester (GIIM) joins GEIC as new Tier 1 partner

Graphene Innovations Inc Manchester (GIIM) joins GEIC as new Tier 1 partner

Graphene@Manchester has signed a new Tier 1 partner – Graphene Innovations Inc Manchester (GIIM) – a company spun out from The University of Manchester led by alumnus and entrepreneur Dr Vivek Koncherry. GIIM, a company dedicated to the acceleration and deployment of graphene research, will be headquartered at the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC), part… Read More »Graphene Innovations Inc Manchester (GIIM) joins GEIC as new Tier 1 partner
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Tata Steel develops a unique few-layer rGO film material

Tata Steel develops a unique few-layer rGO film material

Tata Steel has developed a new product, a few-layer film of rGO along with its collaborators at CeNS, Bengaluru. The company is now starting to mass-produce the films and offer them to application developers. Figure 1: (a) Digital image of rGO/Cu foil (5 cm2). Contactact angle (b) and AFM height profile (c) on rGO/Cu The… Read More »Tata Steel develops a unique few-layer rGO film material
Haydale secures SMARTCymru funding for anti-counterfeiting technology

Haydale secures SMARTCymru funding for anti-counterfeiting technology

Haydale has announced that it has been awarded a SMARTCymru grant from The Welsh Government that will enable the Company to progress with the development of its anti-counterfeiting ink technology, PATit. The Project has a total cost of £169,000 and is expected to take six months to complete. The SMARTCymru grant, which is part-funded by… Read More »Haydale secures SMARTCymru funding for anti-counterfeiting technology
Cyclic production of biocompatible few-layer graphene ink with in-line shear-mixing for inkjet-printed electrodes and Li-ion energy storage

Cyclic production of biocompatible few-layer graphene ink with in-line shear-mixing for inkjet-printed electrodes and Li-ion energy storage

Read More | Synthesis of graphene : nature.com subject feeds More Graphene news STEK Automotive launches graphene-enhanced window films Graphene assists in creating new “smart-window-like” technology New strategy uses graphene quantum dots to boost catalysts Graphmatech uses its graphene technology to push forward copper additive manufacturing Layer-controlled single-crystalline graphene film with stacking order via Cu–Si… Read More »Cyclic production of biocompatible few-layer graphene ink with in-line shear-mixing for inkjet-printed electrodes and Li-ion energy storage
Applied Graphene Materials launches new graphene-enhanced range  of coatings, paints and additives

Applied Graphene Materials launches new graphene-enhanced range of coatings, paints and additives

Applied Graphene Materials (AGM) has announced the introduction of two new products based on its GNPs. The Company has launched a range of industrial anti-corrosion paint incorporating its Genable graphene additives. The two epoxy-based prototype primer systems are said the AGM to represent an easy way for those considering the adoption of graphene to quickly… Read More »Applied Graphene Materials launches new graphene-enhanced range of coatings, paints and additives
Graphene Square shows transparent graphene toaster at CES

Graphene Square shows transparent graphene toaster at CES

At the recent CES event, South Korea-based Graphene Square presented its ‘kitchen styler’ – a transparent toaster that uses graphene. In addition to tracking the level of toasting of the bread, the device is also said to offer 50% less power consumption and enable outdoor cooking with rechargeable batteries. The device is also foldable and… Read More »Graphene Square shows transparent graphene toaster at CES