AMO is a German-based research service provider for material nanofabrication, with competence in nanofabrication, nanoelectronics, nanophotonics and biotechnology.
For the graphene industry, AMO offers CVD graphene materials, graphene device (transistors) fabrication, graphene substrates and more.
Avansa Technology & Services
AVANSA Technology & Services offers analytical testing and consultancy services for industries with emerging nano and micro technology based products. The company also provide wide range of nanotechnology based research services and products.
The company offers direct material sales, and it supplies few-layer graphene, functionalized graphene, reduced graphene oxide and also graphene in solvents.
Cambridge Graphene was established in May 2014 as a spin-off from Cambridge University to commercialize graphene inks based on research work at Cambridge University.
Cambridge Graphene in production method is based on a liquid phase exfoliation technology that turns graphite into graphene in a water-based solution. Cambridge Graphene says its technology is unique as it does not start with Graphene Oxide, which results in superior inks with no chemical contamination.
CrayoNano was spun-off from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) to commercialize a new technology to grow gallium arsenide (GaAs) nanowires on graphene using molecular beam epitaxy.
The new hybrid electrode material offers excellent optoelectronic properties.
Future Carbon, based in Germany, develops and manufactures carbon nanomaterials and carbon composites.
In April 2013, Future Carbon acquired several graphene and CNT related patents from Bayer, but the company did not update on its graphene R&D work since.
Gnanomat, based in Madrid, Spain, developed a proprietary patented liquid-phase procedure to exfoliate graphite to graphene. The single-step process produces high-quality graphene micro platelets. The process uses cheap, biodegradable solvents.
The company seeks to find industrial partners to license the technology and scale it to an industrial scale. In February 2017 Gnanomat signed an agreement to co-develop nanomaterials (including graphene) for batteries.
GrafTech International is a global company with more than 120 years of experience in the carbon and graphite industry. GrafTech makes an expanded natural graphite foil that keeps most of the properties of the Graphene (thermal, electrical, and possibly acoustic) and they manufacture them in flexible sheets from 20um to 1mm thick and in widths up to about 50 inches.
Graphene-Info, established in 2009 in Israel, is a knowledge hub focused on the graphene industry. Graphene-Info offers daily graphene industry and science news, with a readership of tens of thousands of professionals a month and over 24,000 subscribers, in addition to a multitude of services to the graphene market based on extensive and up-to-date market intelligence and close ties with industry leaders.
HEX 6 Industries
HEX 6 Industries Incorporated is a U.S -based company that was founded to develop and market significant advances in green nanotechnology processes and green nanotechnology materials.
Based in the UK and established in 2012 as Cambridge Nanosystems, Levidian uses patented technology to produce high-grade graphene and hydrogen from waste gas (methane).
The company's main product, LOOP, docks into existing infrastructure to strip carbon from gas flow, which could help businesses and national infrastructures to decarbonize.
Metalysis was founded in 2001 by the University of Cambridge and located in South Yorkshire, UK. Metalysis owns the global rights to a platform technology capable of producing a wide range of metals and alloys at a lower cost and with a smaller environmental footprint than traditional processes.
Nanoplexus develops novel material platforms with 2d materials, such as graphene and MXenes.