2D materials applications

2D materials hold promise to enable disruptive technologies with the potential to truly revolutionize ICTs, materials and composites, energy, health, space and many other more.

Although a thrilling amount of patents and knowledge has been produced in just over ten years, a small number of devices and products including Graphene and related 2D materials are commercially available, such as mobile touch-screens by Powerbooster and Samsung, cycling helmet and shoes by Catlike, padel and tennis rackets by Head and soon a Graphene-enhanced lightbulb by Graphene Lighting.

Wearables

Wearables

Vital constant monitors, Smart textile, Batteries, Transparent and flexible electronics, E-tattoos...

Mobile

Mobile and data communications

On-chip routers, Data storage, Computer circuits, Ultrafast transistors for 5G, Optical modulators...

Displays

Displays

Touchscreens, Transparent conductors, Anti-microbial coatings, Light sources, Conductive inks...

Internet of things

Internet of things

Conductive fabrics, Tissues regenerators, Optical sensors, Gas sensors, RFID tags...

Space

Space, defense and security

RF shields, Body armours, Ultra-light radiation shields, Charge dissipaters, Night vision cameras...

Transport

Transport and automotive

Corrosion protective coatings, Transparent heaters, Ultra-strong composites, Lightweight gas tanks, Advanced batteries...

Energy

Energy

Advanced batteries, Fuel cells, Solar cells, Hydrogen cells, Supercapacitors...

Environment

Environment

Desalinisation membranes, Fire monitors, Forest recovery monitors, Crops monitors, Biofuel...

Food

Food and health

DNA sequencers, Bioelectric sensors, Food safety monitors, Water filters, Drug delivery nanocarriers...