Our research into Graphene production and applications presents exceptional engineering opportunities for this unique material.
- Graphene’s unique properties allow for ground-breaking biomedical applications. Targeted drug delivery, 3D scaffolds in tissue engineering, and ‘smart’ implants
- Graphene-based composites can be used as a rust-proofing alternative to toxic coatings
- Graphene can be used as a coating to improve current touch screens for phones and tablets. It can also be used to make circuitry for computers, making them incredibly fast
- Graphene supercapacitors could provide massive amounts of power while using much less energy than conventional devices. Because they are light, they could also reduce the weight of cars or planes.
- Graphene oxide membranes can form a perfect barrier when dealing with liquids and gasses
- Ultra-sensitive sensors made from graphene could detect minute airborne particles helping to protect potentially dangerous environments