A couple of weeks ago we reported that Versarien acquired 2-DTech (a subsidiary of the University of Manchester) for £440,000 (around $740,000). The University of Manchester now announced that the deal is complete, and that Versarien actually acquired 85% of the company (the rest is probably still owned by the University).
The University updated that Versarien will also set up an intellectual property and research collaboration with the University, initially investing some £300,000 ($500,000) in two projects.
2-DTech makes and supplies 2D materials, including CVD-made graphene, graphene platelets, graphene oxide and other 2D materials. The company also offers prototyping of graphene based devices. One of 2-DTech suppliers is Graphene Industries.