Graphenea is a private European company (based in Spain) focused on the production of high quality graphene for industrial applications. The company produces single-layer graphene sheets, bi-layer graphene, multi-layer graphene, graphene oxide and other materials - on any substrate the customer provides.
GraphAudio was established in 2016 to commercialize graphene-based accoustic products. GraphAudio's technology originated from UC Berkeley and Berkeley Lab.
UK-based HexagonFab develops biological sensors based on graphene. The company is a spin-off from the University of Cambridge.
HexagonFab offers sensors including handheld readout devices to analyze protein concentrations and interactions. The company says its graphene-based sensor offer highly sensitive results in an affordable and portable device.
UK-based Amalyst was established in 2012 to develop graphene-enhanced platinum-based fuel-cell catalysts.
Amalyst is a full member of the Graphene Flagship.
Cambridge Raman Imaging Limited (CRIL) was registered in the UK in 2018. Its focus is on bringing to market high speed, label-free Raman imaging instruments. The first application uses graphene in medical imaging, aiming to deliver better patient outcomes through faster and more accurate tumor diagnosis and treatment.