CamGraphIC was spun out of Cambridge University to commercialize graphene photonic circuits technology for telecoms and datacoms. The company is supported by co-founder Frontier IP Group Plc.
San Diego-based Cardea Bio, previously called Nanomedical Diagnostics, was established in late 2013 to develop cutting-edge diagnostics equipment. In 2016, the company started shipping its graphene-based sensors and the AGILE R100 system which allows for real-time detection of small molecules - with no lower size limit.
Nanomedical's graphene-based sensors enable faster sample processing, greater accuracy, portability and cost savings, and are based on its graphene biological field effect transistor (BioFET) products.
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.
Dongxu, also known as Tungshu, was established in 1997 and its headquarters and R&D center are located in Beijing. With roots in the optoelectronic display industry, it now has become a industrial investment enterprise focused on the optoelectronic display and renewable energy industries, while also covering financing, urbanization and real estate. The Tunghsu Group, with yearly revenues of over $5 Billion USD, has 40 subsidiaries under direct management with 100% share control or majority control, among which two are listed companies.
Tunghsu Group has successively invested in and established over 20 production lines of flat panel display glass substrates and a production base for graphene, sapphire and color filters in Beijing, Shijiazhuang, Zhengzhou, Wuhu, Chengdu, Mianyang, Yingkou, Kunshan, Zhenjiang and other cities. It has recently released the G-king, a graphene-based battery line, signed agreements with graphene companies (ICN2 included) and invested in many graphene initiatives.
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.
Emberion, spun-off from Nokia's R&D unit, designs and develops high-performance optoelectronics based on graphene, other nanomaterials and CMOS integrated circuits. Emberion develops its own optoelectronics products, but also engages in technology licensing and can deliver integrated end products.
Emberion has two R&D sites, one in Espoo Finland and one in Cambridge, UK. The company is a member of the European Graphene Flagship program.
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.
FlexeGRAPH produces its own graphene and other 2D materials from raw materials using a proprietary method.
G6 Materials, formerly known as Graphene 3D Lab, Inc was spun-off Graphene Labs in November 2013 to focus on development of high-performance graphene-enhanced materials for 3D printing.
Graphene 3D Lab is a public company, trading in the Canadian stock exchange (TSX:GGG, OTC: GPHBF) following a reverse-merger with Matnic Resources in August 2014. Lomiko Metals is a stakeholder in the company. In 2015 Graphene 3D Labs acquired its former parent company Graphene Labs.
Global Graphene Group (G3) develops, sells and licenses advanced graphene materials as well as graphene-enabled technologies for next-generation products such as phones, tires, paints, and electric vehicles.
G3’s work on graphene-enabled battery technologies has led to the launch the G3-Fireshield Technology that features graphene-protected cathode materials, a modified separator layer, and a non-flammable electrolyte that together result in a much safer Li-ion battery for consumers.