2-DTech is a graphene company closely aligned with Manchester's world-leading graphene group. The company supplies the highest quality graphene and other 2-D materials internationally. They also work closely with industry and researchers to help turn scientific innovation into groundbreaking products.
Applied Graphene Materials has developed a proprietary bottom up process for the production of high specification graphene. Applied Graphene Materials owns the intellectual property and know-how behind this process. They provide dispersion and product integration expertise, to deliver solutions for a wide range of applications.
Hubron is an independent distributor of technically relevant speciality and functional raw materials to industries that formulate. The industries that they currently serve include rubber & plastics; adhesives & sealants; coatings & inks; structural composites; polyurethane; lubricants and certain parts of the healthcare and cosmetic markets.
London Graphene Ltd was established in 2013 to develop advanced energy storage applications based on high quality graphene. The company has an option on some patents from the Department of Materials at the University of Oxford on CVD graphene.
Ossila was founded by organic electronics research scientists with the aim of providing the components, equipment and materials (including nanomaterials such as fullerenes) to enable faster and smarter research and discovery.
This spin-out company from the University of Nottingham has developed a unique reactor technology to allow unprecedented product control and flexibility in inorganic nanoparticle dispersion manufacture.
ROAR is involved in the research, development and manufacturing of nanotechnology derived particles for commercial applications. In the short to medium term, the company will concentrate in supplying nanoparticles used for forensic, immigration and sports testing applications.
An established supplier of carbon nanotubes with a reputation for quality and reliability. Supplies multi-kg quantities of few layer graphene nanoplatelets and also non-carbon 2D materials such as boron nitride and molybdenum disulphide.