FlexeGRAPH was established in 2015 in Australia as a spin-out from ANU in Canberra to commercialize nanofluids for engines, electric vehicle batteries and computing cooling.
DZP Technologies was founded in 2008 in the UK to develop specialty materials, formulations, and technologies for emerging industries. The Company works with its customers to create materials for a range of markets, from consumer electronics and wearables, to 3D-printing and renewable energy.
DZP specializes in aqueous materials and formulations which are both user- and environmentally-friendly. Its materials provide a cost efficient alternative to conventional organic solvent systems which not only pose health risk to users, but also have hidden costs for solvent reclamation and health and safety compliance.
GraphMatech is a Swedish materials technology startup company that develops and produces novel graphene-based nanocomposite materials and services.
In January 2017 Graphmatech reported a breakthrough made at the Division of Inorganic Chemistry at Uppsala University, Sweden, in managing to design and manufacture a graphene hybrid material with a cleverly designed microstructure resulting in outstanding properties. This new material has a scalable manufacturing process, displays graphene properties in 3D and is easy to use as an additive or coating. The invention was named Aros Graphene. The result was patented in September 2017.
CellsX is a China-based company that develops graphene-based battery cells, that enable fast charging.
Among its products are small and large battery cell packs, with applications like electronic accessories, city delivery vehicle batteries and more.
Paragraf is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Cambridge. Paragraf focuses on the production of 2D materials, primarily graphene, and the development of devices based on these materials.