Graphene 3D Labs, Inc. is focused on the development and manufacturing of graphene-enhanced materials for 3D printing, with proprietary technologies aimed at enhancing the properties of materials currently used in 3D printers.
Graphene Batteries is engaged in development of safe and durable graphene based high energy battery materials. Their strategy is to build a key technology IP-portfolio for future licensing and production.
Graphene NanoChem and its operating subsidiaries, Platinum NanoChem and Zurex Corporation manufacture performance speciality chemicals and advanced nanomaterials from renewable sources including waste materials.
Graphene square was founded upon the university-industry cooperation with Graphene Research Lab (Prof. Byung Hee Hong) at Seoul National University. The company aspires to provide the best quality products and services based on leading scientific knowledge and excellent laboratory practice.
GrapheneTech develops and uses top-down processes for graphite exfoliation. This allows the production of nano-graphite and graphene of different kinds, mainly of the so called graphite nanoplatelets. The company's products can be used as a load in polymers, paints and coatings, ink and ceramic or metal composites. Its use can improve mechanical properties, provide thermal and electrical conductivity, help as diffusion barrier or improve flame retardancy.
Graphitene is a 2nd generation nanomaterials company engaged in research, development and sale of the highest quality, most advanced form of graphene: graphitene. Their manufacturing methods are designed in every phase to be massively scalable to meet the requirements of our largest focus industries that produce products such as cement and asphalt concretes, composites, protective coatings. As well as energy generation and storage businesses.
Green Earth Technologies, a consumer goods manufacturer, produces 'G'-Branded superior performing TOTALLY GREEN products made entirely from American Grown Base Oils that now puts the power of patent pending nanotechnology (doing more with less) and dehydrogenation into the hands of environmentally concerned consumers everywhere.