Building on significant know-how and IP, Paragraf will develop atom-layer thick two-dimensional materials, starting with graphene. Through its growing IP portfolio, Paragraf will apply these to a range of advanced electronic, energy and medical devices to benefit society.
Paragraf is a spin-out from the high-profile Centre for Gallium Nitride group of Professor Sir Colin Humphreys in the Department of Materials Science at the University of Cambridge.
In the media
15th July 2019
Paragraf raises £12.8m to deliver its first graphene-based electronics technologies
14th October 2019
Competition results - UKART Fast Track CR&D Round 1 Full Stage
grant Proposed project costs Project title Participant organisation names NEMA LIMITED £147,010 Electro-Magnetic Flux Imaging Scanner (EMFIS) £294,020 DEVA TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED £149,420 £298,839 PARAGRAF LIMITED £85,102 £170,205 Note: you can see
2nd October 2019
Verditek raises over $730,000 for solar cell commercialization
Verditek, developer of lightweight solar panels along with Paragraf, a Cambridge-based graphene technology developer, announced that it has raised GBP 600,000 (around USD 739,500/EUR 676,400) in a share placing to speed