Bodi energy (previously Axium NanoFibers) developed a nanofiber eleoctrospinning process that can be used to produce a broad range of organic and inorganic nanofiber morphologies that can be assembled into multi-layered, integrated composites.
Adama Materials has developed a family of graphene oxide toughening agents for epoxy, unsaturated polyester, and vinyl ester resins.
Adama reported that its toughening agent can double resin toughness and deliver anywhere between a 60% and 140% increase in fracture energy (G1c) without losing composite strength or modulus.
Israel-based Dotz Nano was established in 2014 to commercialize a graphene quantum dot production process developed at Rice University's Tour Labs.
Dotz Nano changed its focus at around 2018, and the company is not producing GQDs anymore - it is now using carbon QDs to create solutions for the tracking and anti-counterfeiting industries.
Qingdao Haoxin New Energy Technology Corporation, located at Pingdu High-tech Industrial Park in Qingdao, China, was founded in 2012 as a manufacturer and developer of carbon-based materials (natural graphite, artificial graphite, Si-and-tin based anodes, and conductive slurries based on carbon nanotubes and graphene) for high energy and high capacity lithium-ion batteries.
The company operated an R&D lab and was certified by ISO9001. The company owned a natural graphite resource and runs a state-of-the-art pilot production line, with an annual production capacity of 8,000 tons of natural graphite anodes, 5,000 tons of artificial graphite anodes, 500 tons of carbon nanotubes, and 500 tons of graphene.