Forever North Partners, LLC (FNP), Murrieta, Ca, and Integrated Graphene, Ltd (IG), Stirling, UK, have entered into a strategic North American partnership to sell and market IG’s breakthrough graphene technology, Gii®, the world’s first pure 3D graphene for advanced sensing technology. After a significant fund-raising round in June 2022, Integrated Graphene (IG) is introducing Gii-Sens, IG’s high sensitivity, high precision, easy to use and implement biosensor into the US market. IG’s engineered Gii® allow Gii-Sens to replace the existing gold standard biosensor as well as biosensors made with other materials.
Press Release: Forever North Partners, LLC announce partnership with Integrated Graphene, Ltd., for North American Market
Integrated Graphene joins SensiBile team to revolutionise point-of-care liver transplant tests
Integrated Graphene, the Scottish technology integration company which has pioneered a high performing, low cost, 3D Graphene Foam electrode, Gii-Sens®, for biosensing, has partnered with a world-leading team of scientists to develop a point-of-care biomedical test to revolutionise the safety of liver transplants.
Press Release - The Use of 3D Graphene Foam in Robotic Sensors Could Help Transform Prosthetics
A pioneering project, which aims to develop advanced sensors for use in robotic systems, could transform prosthetics and robotic limbs.
Press Release - Integrated Graphene to Invest £8M in Scaling-Up World’s First Market-Ready Graphene
Integrated Graphene, a Scotland-based technology development and integration company, has announced plans to invest up to £8 million in scaling up its revolutionary 3D Graphene foam, Gii®, manufacturing process to meet surging global demand from the human diagnostics and energy markets.
We live in an age of ever-advancing technology that pushes the boundaries of biology and healthcare. No department should get left behind. Including the chaotic rush of A&E.
Triage is a system through which provision of medical treatment is allocated to maximise the number of survivors in a situation where demand for treatment is higher than the hospital is able to provide (1). In practice, this means that patients are treated according to the severity and urgency of their injury or illness as opposed to a first come, first served-based system. Triage initially began as a method of maximising survivors of battlefield injuries, and as such is historically a largely trauma-based system. Changing healthcare landscapes and demands have prompted triage to evolve into an integrated multi-stage system in which all kinds of injuries and illnesses must be accommodated and sorted to allow urgent cases to be treated as quickly as possible (2).
Graphene key component development and manufacturer signs sensor distribution deal with leading supplier of electrochemical goods, Palmsens.
Advancements in Technology in Food Safety and Environmental Monitoring: Bringing Innovation to the Table
Food safety is of paramount importance in a world where the demand for food is increasing rapidly due to a growing population. Food deemed unsafe for consumption poses a hazard to human health, as a result, food production companies responsible for hazardous outbreaks can suffer devastating consequences. There is a need for technology that can effectively monitor food safety and the environment in which food is grown to ensure that it is safe for consumption.
Integrated Graphene Meet the Team: No.18 - Michael Buhagiar, Process Development Engineer
Today, we're delighted to introduce Michael Buhagiar, our Process Development Engineer. Michael supports the Gii-Cap development scientist team and is responsible for scaling up Gii-Cap+ electrodeposition processes.
The Emergence of Electrochemical Biosensors as a Tool for Food Safety and Environmental Monitoring
Contamination of food and drinking water is a significant source of disease transmission around the world. As demand for food rises along with the increasing global population, so does the need for efficient and affordable methods for food and environmental monitoring that are suitable for use in both developed as well as developing countries. Continuous monitoring of food safety parameters is essential to ensure that food products reaching consumers are of high quality and fit to eat, as well as for helping to reduce food waste. Environmental monitoring ensures the quality of water, soil, weather, and livestock involved in food production as well as the cleanliness of drinking water. Moreover, environmental monitoring can reduce environmental pollution and help fight climate change.