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2019
29 Aug 2019

Applied Graphene Materials, Wilton Centre is supporting growth

AGM was established in 2010 by Professor Karl Coleman as a spin-out from the chemistry department of Durham University. As you would probably expect from its name, it manufactures graphene and supports its application in innovative new materials in many industries.
29 Aug 2019

New coatings product launch

Applied Graphene Materials, the producer of specialty graphene materials, is pleased to announce that Alltimes Coatings Ltd is launching its ground-breaking Advantage Graphene liquid coating roofing system, with significantly enhanced anti-corrosion performance delivered by the incorporation of AGM's graphene.
11 Apr 2019

Structural Supercapacitors

Durham University, United Kingdom
1 Apr 2019

Applied Graphene Materials

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2017
22 Nov 2017

Additive Manufacturing: can we all have products customised

Current industrial systems are designed to produce products in standard shapes and sizes. For example, a shoe can be purchased in size 10 or 11 inches, and in some cases at 10.5 inches, but an exact fit is often hard to achieve. Additive Manufacturing technology has shown an exciting potential for addressing the technical and economic viability of producing custom made products for all.
11 Aug 2017

Surprise discovery in energy efficient information storage

Today almost all information stored on hard disc drives or cloud servers is recorded in magnetic media, because it is non-volatile (i.e. it retains the information when power is switched off) and cheap.
2016
1 Jul 2016

Boost for Helium Electric Aircraft

Helium has important applications in MRI machines, welding, manufacturing semiconductors, deep-sea diving and blimps. If it was readily available and affordable, its use in EVs such as underwater vehicles and aircraft would increase greatly.
1 Jul 2016

Boost for solar aircraft market

A research team has developed a new approach to finding fields of helium underground, and with the first use of the technique they have discovered a massive reserve in East Africa according to a new report from Oxford University in the UK.
2014
17 Feb 2014

Graphene for printed electronics

Graphene, the ultrathin, ultraconductive, flexible material that everyone is talking about, is maturing just in time for its use in the printed electronics industry.
2013
15 Oct 2013

Applied Graphene Materials announces its intention to float on AIM

Applied Graphene Materials, a UK based graphene manufacturer,has announced its intention to raise funds and to seek admission of its ordinary shares to trading on AIM.
29 Aug 2013

First polymer LED that stays lit up when stretched and scrunched

Researchers say that they have produced the first polymer organic light-emitting diodes (PLEDs) that can be stretched while lit.
15 Mar 2013

Peratech Ltd

22 Jan 2013

New research grants to enhance the use of wonder material

Research projects that will focus on how to enhance the 'manufacturability' of graphene, one of the thinnest, strongest and most conductive materials known to man, are to receive £21.5 million in funding.
2012
29 Nov 2012

Applied Graphene Materials

21 May 2012

Peratech creates fast-acting Electronic Nose using QTC technology

QTC™ materials change their resistance when a force is applied and, in this case, the polymer content of the composite swells when exposed to VOCs.
23 Feb 2012

Durham Graphene Science raised £1.2 million

DGS will use the seed investment to scale up its production equipment and establish joint development agreements with partners to test the handling, dispersion and processing of the material across a wide variety of applications.
2010
13 Aug 2010

UK's first printed lighting panel to start in November 2010

An initiative to develop low-cost OLED lighting in the UK has secured government funding and will officially start in early November.
8 Apr 2010

SmartKem appoints new senior scientist

SmartKem® Ltd, the developer of novel materials and processes that create high resolution microelectronic components directly onto thin flexible printed electronics, today announces the appointment of Russell Griffiths to the position of Senior Scientist. In this key role, Russell will lead SmartKem's technical staff, building on the company's core expertise to further penetrate the rapidly growing printed electronics industry. This strategic appointment will enable SmartKem to capitalize on its extensive knowledge from the chemistry, electronics, photonics and printing industries in order to create practical solutions that will replace standard printing techniques for the creation of flexible electronic devices.
2008
27 Jun 2008

OLEDs - The future of architectural lighting

Organized by the UKDL Knowledge Transfer Network, and attended by approximately 50 people, this conference was held in the BDP Building in Clerkenwell, London on the 24th of June 2008.
24 Jun 2008

European projects accelerate OLED technology for mainstream lighting

The race is on to bring OLED technology into mainstream lighting.