Our production of graphene from food waste’s biogas as part of EU PlasCarb project

With great anticipation, we are currently counting down to the next IDTechEx Graphene and 2D Materials tradeshow, which will take place in Berlin between 27-28 April 2016, and where we will present

Our Chief Operating Officer, Dr Anna Mieczakowski, is going to deliver a presentation on “Cost-Effective, Green, One-Step Process For Producing Ultra-High-Quality Graphene” and also discuss our participation in the EU consortium PlasCarb Project where we are aiming to produce graphene from biogas generated by anaerobic digestion of food waste.

Dr Mieczakowski said: “I am very excited about representing our company at the IDTechEx event in Berlin for the second year. It’s a great event that brings together the leading thinkers, innovators, investors and businesses in the field of graphene. I look forward to contributing to the debate on how we can collectively overcome the biggest barriers to a widespread adoption of graphene applications. I especially look ahead to learning about the very latest discoveries from cross-sector graphene innovations and applications. For example there is a lot of influential work carried out on biomedical and healthcare applications, water filtration, electronics and energy. While I greatly support the work on those applications that are trying to make a major leap for the mankind, such as desalination of water in the 28% of world’s lands where drinking water is scarce, I also applaud the work on applications that aim to provide even the smallest of improvements across home, work and communal life”.

Apr, 19, 2016

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