Issue 24, February-March 2021: Graphene in Aerogels
Issue 23, January 2021: The Graphene Company and Pricing Directory 2021
Issue 21 of Graphene Magazine covers the hottest topic in graphene product development right now-batteries and supercapacitors to power the next generation of electronics. There has been a raft of recent product launches and multi-million dollar investments as graphene is a prime candidate to improve the surface area and electronic conductivity of lithium-ion battery anodes and cathodes for application in electric vehicles, smartphones and wearable electronics. We cover all the recent market developments and key players.
The latest graphene investments, commercial agreements and rounds of finance are comprehensively covered in this issue plus all the latest important product and research news in composites, solar power, coatings, sensors, inks and electronics.
The need to develop new filter technologies in light of the COVID-19 pandemic presents a major market opportunity for graphene based filtration technologies. Several graphene start-ups have developed relevant technologies for addressing the need for effective, re-usable and durable filter masks and protective clothing.
Also in this issue we look at recent rounds of finance where some graphene producers have raised serious funding for production and product development. Recent commercial and product news in 2020 is covered, ranging from hydrogen generators to cosmetic masks. Latest market developments for graphene in batteries, supercapacitors, catalysts. composites, rubbers and tires, coatings, paints and graphene start-ups are also assessed in a comprehensive round up of industry and product developments in 2020 thus far.
Graphene products continue to come to the market. This month we have an expanded issue to cover the additional commercial breakthroughs. In the past two months products have hit the market in anti-corrosion coatings, device chargers, sportswear, clothing, CPU cooling systems, batteries, concrete and engine oil additives. Several graphene companies have raised millions of dollars in funding and signed deals with large companies in packaging, composites, solar, batteries and filtration.
More and more OEMs are seeing the benefit of using graphene in their products to enhance strength, conductivity, thermal regulation, protection and provide anti-static and anti-bacterial properties. Plus they are environmentally-friendly at all levels of the product life cycle. Textiles and sportswear manufacturers have been commercializing fast with several new products coming to the market in 2020.
Clothes that monitor your health or measure your movements. Technology that makes it possible to recycle and reuse textile fibres. Smart textiles that revolutionizes our lives.
The textile industry is about to take a giant step from being a supplier of fabrics to become a positive force in the development of society, through the use of innovative new materials such as graphene. Textile innovations based on graphene will improve people’s everyday lives and benefit the industry, the health care sector and the environment.
The field of 2D materials has grown greatly in the past few years. It is estimated that there are more than 100-layered materials that could potentially be stripped don to a monolayer to form a 2D material. Graphene faces future competition from other 2D Materials especially for applications such as wearable electronics, sensors, batteries and hydrogen storage.
However, there is still some way to go before these other 2D materials can be mass produced and incorporated into high-value products. Graphene is already used in numerous products commercialized now such as composites, coatings, batteries, conductive films, printable electronics (based on graphene inks), photodetectors and biosensors.
This month we profile the 2D material has been highlighted as capable of potential usurping graphene, borophene. Stronger, lighter and more flexible than graphene it is viewed as the new 2D wonder material. View issue
Several companies have recently made announcements of increased capacities for graphene production and major OEMs have incorporated graphene into consumer products. Graphene producers have reported large orders and increased demand. Companies have seen the benefits of using graphene for thermal management and high conductivity. Smartphone manufacturers in Asia are utilizing graphene in commercially available products. The Huawei Mate 20 X smartphone utilizes a graphene film for better heat management. Samsung is also planning to unveil a smartphone featuring a graphene battery. In this month’s issue we feature other recent graphene energy products that are coming to market, as well as new developments in coatings, tires, sensors and filtration.
Graphene will provide significant benefits to a lot of industries in the coming years and it’s use is growing fast in the sporting goods and high performance sports textiles markets. Products are now available to purchase that utilize it’s thermal management capabilities, flexibility and strength. This has translated into significant performance benefits in professional sport and it’s use will continue to grow. Several of these products benefit from UK produced graphene. The industry has grown steadily in the last few years and it remains to be seen what effect Brexit will have on it’s continued development. Leading producers such as Versarien, Applied Materials and Haydale all have a large number of international collaboration agreements. We wish them and all graphene producers well in 2019.
Latest graphene investments, commercial agreements & financing.
Graphene coated solar panels module investment.
Graphene products for temperature control and conductivity.
Graphene textile products and new battery technology.
Increasing the strength and water resistance of concrete with graphene.
New UK-based graphene spin-out companies.
Mass market smartphones with fast charging graphene batteries.
Graphene supercapacitors for hybrid-electric public transport.
Graphene filtration market news, products and recent developments.
Graphene electronics market news, products and recent developments.
Graphene sensors market news, products and recent developments
CVD graphene production. Graphene in water filtration. New graphene commercial investments, agreements, collaborations and finance. New graphene products.
New graphene commercial investments, agreements, collaborations and finance. New graphene products. Graphene energy. Graphene filtration. Graphene medicine. Graphene sensors. Read more
Special in-depth focus on 2D Materials beyond graphene. All the latest graphene product, production and funding news. View content
Graphene in printable, flexible and stretchable electronics. Graphene in building and infrastructure. Latest graphene investment and funding news. Latest graphene business, product and research news. Latest graphene news in electronics and photonics. View content
Graphene in lighting (Applications, companies and markets). Graphene in Australia-Graphite producers developing graphene products, production, start-ups and university research. View content
Graphene in the anti-corrosion coatings. Graphene in electronics and spintronics. View content
Graphene market pricing, production processes and confusion about what is actually being produced and sold. Graphene Quantum Dots (GQDs). View content
Graphene in batteries and supercapacitors. View content
Graphene in the oil and gas industry. Graphene in Asia. Graphene quantum dots. View content
Graphene in biomedicine. Graphene in coatings. C2N holey 2D materials. View content
Graphene in the Li-ion battery market. Graphene in 3D printing. Graphene and beyond. View content
Graphene in transparent conductive films. Graphene conductive inks. Graphene in China.