Graphene Made from Food Waste Biogas


Cambridge Nanosystems is part of a European Commission’s consortium project called “PlasCarb”, which has developed a process for producing carbon nanoforms, such as graphene and graphitic nanoparticles, from food waste generated biogas.

Cost-Effective and Green One-Step Production Process


Our one-step production process involves cracking abundant greenhouse gases, such as methane and carbon dioxide. Advanced plasma chemistry means no need for any additive, metal catalyst or lengthy purification stage.

An introduction to FGV Cambridge Nanosystems

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.

What our clients said

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“Your material was crucial in the study as your material was the only commercial available graphene which leads to consistent measurable signals”

– M-Solv, developing gas sensors from CamGraph

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“Due to its waviness, the CNS graphene turned out to be ideal for hydrophobic coatings. Easy dispersion, good quality and potential for large scale manufacture – simply all we wanted for our large scale application”


– Warsaw University of Technology, developing coatings from CamGraph

We have been using graphene manufactured by Cambridge Nanosystems since 2014 and can highly recommend their products. It is the best option for those looking for high-quality graphene in bulk quantities, especially for sophisticated applications requiring filler providing high thermal and electrical conductivity.

-CAMETICS (Cambridge Advanced Metals Limited), developing CamGraph enhanced metals

Some of our clients