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Announcement of the segregation of Graphenea Semiconductor (CVD) business

Amaia Pesquera

Announcement of the segregation of Graphenea Semiconductor (CVD) business

The Shareholders meeting has approved the segregation of the CVD business of Graphenea SA into Graphenea Semiconductor SLU. Read official announcement (in Spanish).

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Graphenea launches new GFET product

Marko Spasenovic

Graphenea launches new GFET product

Graphenea has launched sales of GFETs – graphene field effect transistors, aimed at lowering barriers to adoption of graphene, especially on the market for sensors. Researchers needing GFETs for their applications, whether in gas or biosensing, or for other applications, needn’t worry anymore about consistently obtaining high-quality GFET devices. Graphenea...

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Graphenea research team grows

Marko Spasenovic

Graphenea research team grows

Graphenea announces the hiring of Dr. Elías Torres Alonso, an expert in graphene production and applications, as Research Scientist. Dr. Torres will strengthen Graphenea’s research team, which prides itself in staying at the cutting edge of graphene science and technology. Elías Torres Alonso studied Physics with a specialty in Physics...

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Graphene Flagship on track towards end-market products

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene Flagship on track towards end-market products

Taking graphene from the lab to the industry is advancing by the leaps, thanks to the coordinated pan-European effort undertaken by researchers in the Graphene Flagship. All 15 Work Packages (WPs) showcased their annual highlights in the result report recently published online. Even though it is undeniable that all research...

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McKinsey estimates a $70 billion market for graphene semiconductors in 2030

Marko Spasenovic

McKinsey estimates a $70 billion market for graphene semiconductors in 2030

Graphene is, among other applications, being regarded as a potential replacement material for silicon, which has begun to show its age in face of extremely rapid technological progress, states a recent article written at McKinsey & Company. Silicon, the primary material used in the semiconductor industry, has historically kept pace...

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