Our mission is to deliver truly world-changing graphene hybrid materials that have the potential to make the world a better place
The history of graphene
When graphene was first isolated in 2004 by two researchers at The University of Manchester, Prof. Andre Geim and Prof. Kostya
Graphene has extraordinary properties – it is both the thinnest and the strongest material ever known and has extremely high thermal and electrical conductivity.
The potential application areas are enormous. However, despite massive resources devoted to graphene research, more than 10 years after the first isolation of graphene we are still waiting for this revolution to happen. As it turns out, graphene is still really difficult to produce in large quantities.
In 2017 a breakthrough was made at the Division of Inorganic Chemistry at Uppsala University,
Dr. Mamoun Taher named the invention Aros Graphene® inspired
The result was patented in September 2017. Since then extraordinary results have been achieved when mixed with polymers, metals or used as an additive to batteries always with a focus on solving industrial challenges.