Graphene application developers

Aerogel Core

Aerogel Core has been established by University of Bath scientists, supported by Innovate UK funding.

The Company specializes in ultra-light, graphene-based ‘aerogels’ that can be used for soundproofing and heat-shielding for the aerospace and automotive industries.

The innovative and environmentally friendly aerogels are synthetic, porous materials manufactured by replacing the liquid component normally found in gels with gas.

Nova Graphene Ballistics

Nova Graphene Ballistics, Inc. (OTC PINK: BIEI), (formerly 'Premier Biomedical Inc.'), is a global advanced materials firm with a focus on research, production and marketing of proprietary CarbonEra™ graphene.

The Company is currently in pursuit of its first initiative -  3D-printed Graphene Ballistic Plate Production, including the prototype, with regard to novel graphene production.

Kivoro

Kivoro logo imageKIVORO was spun-off of Graphenea in late 2022.

It will serve as a specialty chemicals company, to commercialize various current industrial solutions and also move beyond graphene. It will maintain its leading expertise in carbon and nanomaterials, but also focused on developing specialty chemicals for clients.

 

MCR Safety

MCR Safety manufactures and supplies PPE such as work gloves and safety glasses. The Company has offices and distribution centers in the UK, Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia. The Company started out in 1953 when Parmelee Ltd was established in the UK to manufacture eye protection.

Medica

Medica S.p.a. is an Italian company that produces filters based on hollow fiber membranes for various applications, ranging from blood purification to water filtration.  

Medica is a partner of the Graphene Flagship and is working to integrate graphene in water filters as part of the Spearheard Project Graphil.

CAP-XX

CAP-XX company logo imageCAP-XX is a designer and manufacturer of thin, flat supercapacitors and energy management systems used in portable and small-scale electronic devices.

Pleione Energy

Pleione Energy logo imagePleione Energy S.A is an International Joint Venture between the Greek company ADAMANT COMPOSITES and the German company OMNIDEA-RTG.

The company was established in 2015 and is located in Athens, Greece. It is part of the New Science & Technology Park of Attica “Lefkippos” of the National Center for Scientific Research (NCSR) "Demokritos".

NexGen Heating

NexGen Heating company logo imageNexGen is a UK-based graphite and graphene based nano-technology developer, that provides an innovative heating solution for applications across multiple industry sectors.

The Company's low resistance heating films are used in their heated wallpaper tech and additional solutions for floors and ceilings.

 

Watercycle Technologies

Watercycle Technologies is a spin-out from The University of Manchester that uses graphene-based membranes and systems to extract lithium and other minerals from brines and water solutions.

Using its patented membrane technology, the Company's solutions extract lithium, minerals and other metals from diverse water sources including groundwater, industrial, municipal and agricultural wastewater and seawater.

PolyJoule

PolyJoule logo imagePolyJoule is a spin-off of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The Boston-based energy storage company is developing conductive polymer battery technology using graphene.

PolyJoule develops devices based on a standard, two-electrode electrochemical cell containing conductive polymers, a carbon-graphene hybrid, and a non-flammable liquid electrolyte.