1 Apr 2019
FGV Cambridge Nanosystems
Cambridge Nanosystems produces graphene via the substrate-less chemical vapour deposition. It introduces methane gas and cracks it with microwave power to produce graphene powders without catalysts thus resulting in pure materials.
16 Mar 2017
Graphene & 2D Materials Event Accelerating Graphene Commercialisation
The Graphene and 2D Materials Europe event will be the 10th business-focused IDTechEx exhibition and conference.
7 Mar 2017
Graphene isn't a long gestation product!
DTechEx has invited a series of industrial players and leaders active in graphene commercialization to contribute their opinions about the state of the technology and markets. As part of article series, we will today hear from Dr Anna Mieczakowski, Chief Operations Officer, Nanosystems Ltd.
11 May 2016
IDTechEx Show! Berlin grows 27%
IDTechEx Research announced today that Europe's largest event on emerging technologies, IDTechEx Show! held in Berlin on 27-28 April, grew 27% vs. last year's event. This year's exhibition and conference featured attendees from 57 countries with 171 exhibitors and 2,300 attendees.
19 Nov 2015
Two-dimensional material moves from the lab to the UK factory floor
Graphene is a two-dimensional material made up of sheets of carbon atoms. With its combination of exceptional electrical, mechanical and thermal properties, graphene has the potential to revolutionise industries ranging from healthcare to electronics.
14 Apr 2015
Cambridge Nanosystems is a UK-based start-up born out of Cambridge University that specialises in advanced materials. In this profile update, Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh covers their latest developments.
11 Aug 2014
Raymor Industries, Inc.
Raymor Nanotech is a division of the Raymor Industries, a Canadian private company located near the Montreal area. It initially started supplying spherical titanium powdres synthesized using a plasma atomisaiton method. In 2010 it started work on single walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) and the titanium activity has since been acquired (dec 2013) by Arcam for a reported fee of $35 million. Raymor has also acquired NanoIntegris (operating as a subsidiary) which brings value in the post processing steps of CNT production, i.e., purifying and separating metallic and semiconducting ones.
1 Nov 2013
Collaboration to produce carbon nanotubes and graphene
Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd (FGV) has collaborated with UK's Cambridge University scientists to to produce the world's first high-grade carbon nanotubes and graphene.