Global Graphene Group

Global Graphene Group

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Global Graphene Group (G3), headquartered in Dayton, is a leading manufacturer of graphene and graphene oxide products helping companies engineer advanced solutions for a wide range of applications.
G3 aims to change the world through scientific innovations, shaping the way you work. They are committed to understanding your business, needs, and consumers to produce solutions that will work for you. With expertise in graphene manufacturing and understanding the material's nuances, G3 works to implement graphene applications for many industries and to deliver revolutionary products and services. G3 continues to ask questions, seek answers, and imagine new possibilities.
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2020
14 Oct 2020

Global Graphene Group

IDTechEx caught up with Global Graphene Group (G3) Division president Adam Quirk.
5 Aug 2020

Li-ion Battery Patent Landscape 2020

IDTechEx Report: Dr Alex Holland
2019
20 Nov 2019

From Graphene To Graphene-Enabled Batteries For EV Application: A 17-Year Journey

Global Graphene Group, United States
16 Oct 2019

Global Graphene Group Delivers Graphene-Engineered Solutions

From Invention to Implementation - Global Graphene Group Inc. (G3) was the first company to discover and patent graphene in 2002. Since then, Global G3 has been developing processes for mass production of both single layer and multilayer graphene and their derivative composites.
24 Sep 2019

Speaker Spotlight on Dr Bor Jang, Global Graphene Group

With just over a month to go until Graphene & 2D Materials USA 2019, IDTechEx's Senior Technology Analyst, Dr Richard Collins caught up with Dr Bor Jang of Global Graphene Group to hear his thoughts on graphene manufacturing and the opportunity for Graphene.
1 Apr 2019

Global Graphene Group

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2018
14 Nov 2018

Industrial-scale Production of Graphene: Challenges and Opportunities

Global Graphene Group, United States
2 Apr 2018

Global Graphene Group

Global Graphene Group is developing, via its subsidiary Angstron Energy Company (AEC), a composit graphene-silicon anode material for Li-ion batteries. The company claims a capacity between 400 and 2000 mAh/g.
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