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.
A pioneering project, which aims to develop advanced sensors for use in robotic systems, could transform prosthetics and robotic limbs.
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.
Graphene key component development and manufacturer signs sensor distribution deal with leading supplier of electrochemical goods, Palmsens.
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been selected as a finalist for the DeepTech Investment of the Year award at the UKBAA Angel Investment Awards 2021!
The world's leading 3D Graphene Foam (3DG) producer, Integrated Graphene, has today published a report that details the performance enhancements of 3DG versus other premium sensing materials. The report, which covers a range of typical electrode materials such as other types of graphene sensing materials, carbon-based and other transition metals such as gold, illustrates the relative performance of each material in commonly assessed parameters.
Stirling, Scotland - Integrated Graphene, a leading advanced material supplier who produces high performing pure 3D Graphene Foam, Gii, has announced the appointment of a new Non-Executive Director to its Board, as well as a Chair for its intellectual property management group.
Stirling, Stirlingshire (November 23, 2020) Integrated Graphene, one of Scotland’s most exciting start-up ventures and leading providers of commercially scalable 3D Graphene Foam, today announced the appointment of Chris Gauld as Chairman of its Board of Directors. Gauld, who joined following the recent completion of the company’s £3.1m series A funding, will head up the board as it proceeds with their ambitious plans for expansion over the next few years. They hope that his exceptional experience in scaling fast-growing SME alongside venture, PE and trade investors, will help guide the business to achieve its potential.
Integrated Graphene Ltd, the Scottish-based tech company, has fired the starting pistol on scaled production of its unique breakthrough 3D graphene foam, Gii, following the completion of a £3.1 million round of investment in the business, led by Edinburgh-based business angel syndicate, Archangels, with co-investment from Par Equity, Techstart Ventures and ESM Investments.
Scottish Graphene firm launches revolutionary flagship product under new face