Simply Life. But better

At Cambridge Nanosystems, our mission is to help improve the performance of consumer and industrial products by supplying the largest volumes of ultra-high-quality graphene currently possible, and to support organisations in incorporating and testing graphene in their various applications.

Our CamGraph® Graphene Powder is an extremely good nanofiller suitable for electronic inks, polymer, metal composites and coatings.

Our unique production method enables us to not only manufacture these multi-functional, high-performance materials cost-effectively and at scale, but to also contribute to offsetting the impact of greenhouse gas emissions on our environment.

An introduction to FGV Cambridge Nanosystems

Examples of our graphene applications

Properties of our graphene

Diagram: Our applications

Latest News

We are part of the Lates’ “The Good Carbon” exhibition at the London Science Museum

The Science Museum and the Royal Society teamed up on 29 March 2017 to present incredible experiences of cutting edge science to the public. FGV Cambridge Nanosystems has been invited by the Royal Society to be part of this exhibition to showcase our environmentally-friendly graphene production and application development under the ‘The Good Carbon’ section of […] Read more

Mar, 31, 2017


Our Chief Operations Officer speaks about our unique graphene at IDTechEx Santa Clara 2016

At the latest IDTechEx 2016 Show in Santa Clara, our Chief Operations Officer, Dr Anna Mieczakowski, presented our novel, green and cost-effective production process for converting harmful green house gases and food waste generated biogas into two highly valuable products – graphene and hydrogen: Graphene, which is currently called the ‘wonder material of the 21st century’, […] Read more

Nov, 25, 2016


Our Executive Director speaks about preventing the unnecessary conversion of methane to carbon dioxide and release into atmosphere

Our Executive Director, Dr Koziol, attended the Emerson Collective’s DO-FEST | Fête D’Action, a COP22 affiliated event in Marrakech in late November 2016. He presented how Cambridge Nanosystems’ technology is addressing the largest problem of green house gas emissions. Our unique plasma technology is converting methane gas and biogas into solid graphene material. This is preventing the […] Read more

Nov, 25, 2016


Latest Blog Post

Instantly hot, super-thin, cutting-edge graphene heater

In late February and early March 2017, we exhibited our graphene technology at the Graphene Experience Zone of the Mobile World Congress. The Graphene Experience Zone featured five different innovation areas: IoT and Sensors; Wearables and Health; Energy; Datacoms; and Composites. Each of these areas contained specialised demonstrators and prototypes developed by leading industry and academic partners. […] Read more

Mar, 31, 2017


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