Graphene Enhanced Conductive Inks Overview
Graphene-based conductive inks were introduced commercially as early as 2009. These graphene printing inks can contain a very wide range of graphene loading, from up to 40% for use as non-transparent conductive inks or as little as 0.1% to 1% in transparent conductive ink applications depending on the level of conductance required.
Gnanomat is a Spanish graphene company established in 2014. It is developing a platform that will enable it to offer customized graphene and graphene derivatives to application developers.
Graphene's centre of gravity shifts to China?
Europeans won the Nobel Prize for their work on graphene but they are not necessarily winning on the commercial front. In fact, it is the Chinese who might overtake them.
Graphene finds users in California
Graphene finds users in California (Our most exciting graphene conference so far).
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.
Graphene: in need of business development
About $160 million has been invested in graphene companies, excluding government and IPO financing. Companies continue to move up the value chain, from selling graphene to selling graphene based intermediary products such as inks - a welcome development from end users as it lifts their burden of fine tuning and experimentation.
The graphene industry in 2014 and its prospects
The graphene industry has witnessed much activity over the past year. This article will discuss the latest developments in the graphene industry and will share our ten-year market projections.