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GIANCE project kickstarts pioneering sustainable graphene-based solutions for environmental challenges
GIANCE, a groundbreaking research project has kicked off, marking a significant step toward addressing environmental challenges with innovative solutions.
European Innovators Launch GRAPHERGIA Project to Revolutionize Energy Harvesting in Textiles and Battery Technology
Aimed at redefining the integration of energy solutions into everyday life, GRAPHERGIA is set to transform how we use and store energy, marking a significant milestone in the journey towards a climate-neutral future. A consortium of 11 partners from six European nations, this ambitious 3.5-year project will receive €4.5 million under the banner of Horizon Europe's Graphene Flagship initiative.
2D-BioPAD: A new Horizon Europe project kicks off
With a nearly €6 million budget, 2D-BioPAD will develop a diagnostic system for early Alzheimer's disease detection. This Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Action funded by the European Union, officially commenced on October 2023 and will last 48 months.
Graphene Flagship continues its voyage
The Graphene Flagship is sailing on to new horizons, under a different funding structure that adapts to the widening European ecosystem. Bringing together 118 academic and industrial partners in 12 research and innovation projects and 1 coordination and support project with a combined budget of nearly €100M, the Graphene Flagship initiative will continue to advance Europe’s lead in 2D materials.
“With collaboration, possibility is limitless”: Graphene Flagship to join Euro Nano Forum 2023
The Graphene Flagship will participate in Euro Nano Forum 2023, which will be held in Lund, Sweden, from 11 to 13 June
New global collaboration as Graphene Flagship connects Europe and Australia at Monash University event
The Graphene Flagship hosted its third Australia-EU Workshop in Melbourne, Australia
Carbon Waters raises 2 million euros to industrialise unique graphene production process
Graphene Flagship Associated Member Carbon Waters is ramping up its industrial production with a new pilot factory
Investing big in Graphenest: Portuguese nanotechnology company raises 1.8€ million for graphene-based innovations
The disruptive potential of Graphenest's graphene-based EMI shielding solutions has attracted significant financial investment
Why is graphene so useful in water filtration technologies? Medica explains
Medica SpA, an Italian R&D company involved in Graphene Flagship Spearhead Project GRAPHIL, explains how graphene can play a key role in water filtration technologies.
Nanografen is making automotive vehicles more eco-friendly – here’s how
Nanografen, a nanotechnology R&D company and Graphene Flagship partner founded in Turkey in 2013, is finding clever ways to recycle old tyres into graphene applications. Representatives of Nanografen recently shared their work with a wide range of stakeholders at JEC World 2023, where the company was also a finalist for an award.
Graphenest and Hubron to explore development and commercialization of graphene
Graphenest and Hubron have entered a strategic partnership to explore the development and commercialization of graphene-based polymer masterbatch and compounds
SoundCell, spin-off of Graphene Flagship partner TU Delft, receives €350,000 from UNIIQ
SoundCell, a spin-off company of Graphene Flagship partner TU Delft, has received €350,000 from UNIIQ. SoundCell uses graphene to gain insight into whether a bacterium is still alive after administering an antibiotic.
Rocket launches, a €1bn research initiative, and the future of 3D printing
Looking to the stars: how the Graphene Flagship is using space experiments to develop new technologies
Graphene Goes to Space and to the Moon
New rocket and lunar experiments involving graphene are informing space exploration. Applying graphene to the wheels of the Rashid moon rover will reveal whether this material is also ‘Moon-proof’. Meanwhile, testing graphene-inks in a sounding rocket will test their potential for enabling 3D printing in space – which could allow astronauts to create tools they need even when far from Earth.
Graphene Flagship to showcase innovations at Enlit Europe
The Graphene Flagship will exhibit exciting graphene applications for the energy sector at Enlit Europe, from 29 November to 1 December 2022 in Frankfurt.
A playful 3D printed oasis showcases the potential of graphene-enriched cement free mortar
Materials science meets design and sustainability at Design London 2022: Graphene Flagship Partner Versarien together with award-winning designer and artist Steuart Padwick has created a 3D printed installation made of 100% cement free mortar enhanced by graphene. This innovative material is strong, reduces the carbon footprint by as much as 35% when compared with concrete, and cures quickly.
Graphene Flagship calls for industry uptake of 2D materials at 17th annual conference
The 2022 edition of Graphene Flagship’s Graphene Week will take place at the famous BMW Welt in Munich, Germany on 5 to 9 September 2022. In its 17th edition, Graphene Week will reveal the latest scientific research on graphene and related materials and celebrate the launch of industrial projects in aeronautics, automotive and microchip manufacturing, among others. A free pavilion, open to the pub
Graphene Flagship to showcase innovations at ILA Berlin
The Graphene Flagship will highlight its latest innovations in this field at ILA Berlin, a think tank of the aerospace industry. Between 22 and 26 June 2022, leading stakeholders from industry, science and government will meet to discuss today’s challenges, as well as tomorrow’s opportunities. Our project has produced lighter leading edge parts for aircraft and taken 2D materials to space!
2D Experimental Pilot Line offers developers the chance to test graphene-based sensors on large scale and at low cost
The 2D Experimental Pilot Line (2D-EPL), a project grown from the Graphene Flagship, has launched its first customisable wafer run. As one of five multi-project wafer (MPW) runs, this first phase targets sensor applications. Companies, universities and research institutes can include their designs as dies on joint wafers, to test their ideas for devices on a larger scale at relatively low costs.