Nano Carbon

Nano Carbon

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Nano Carbon Sp. z o.o. (Nano Carbon LLC) is an innovative company active in the field of graphene technologies. Its aim is to create a portfolio of graphene technologies sold in the form of end products, licences or intermediate products. It will be possible to apply graphene, among others, in new generation processors, automotive industry, composite materials, batteries, fuel cells, LEDs, solar cells, touchscreens and medical devices. Nano Carbon investors are Polish Armaments Group and KGHM III FIZAN.}
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2020
28 Sep 2020

The CNT Success Story Begins

False-start - stagnation - market explosion: The CNT success story begins, as IDTechEx forecasts significant growth
16 Sep 2020

Carbon Nanotubes 2021-2031: Market, Technology, Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Richard Collins
27 Jul 2020

3D Printed Batteries Handle the Squeeze

While flexible and stretchable electronics technologies have progressed in leaps and bounds over the past 10 years, batteries to power them have some catching up to do. Researchers have now demonstrated a "quasi-solid-state" battery—made from materials somewhere between a liquid and a solid—that can be compressed by as much as 60% while maintaining high energy density and good stability over 10,000 charge-recharge cycles.
2015
19 Nov 2015

5 Reasons to do Graphene Transfer in Your Own Lab Using Semi-Automated System for Electrochemical Delamination

Nano Carbon, Poland
28 Apr 2015

Direct CVD growth of Graphene on Silicon Carbide (SiC) and Germanium (Ge)

Nano Carbon, Poland
8 Apr 2015

Perpetuus Advanced Materials secures landmark commercial agreement

Perpetuus will supply innovative alternatives to existing silver and copper-based inks and pastes.
2014
2 Apr 2014

New Graphene-Based Products Manufacturing and Characterization

Nano Carbon, Poland
2009
3 Nov 2009

Thin films and nanotechnology for power

Printed electronics and electrics will be a $335 billion business in twenty years, just for devices primarily made by printing with electronic inks. IDTechEx gives a summary of the projections.