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  The Graphene Council   The Graphene Council is the largest community in the world for graphene researchers, academics, producers, developers,  investors, nanotechnologists, regulatory agencies, research institutes, material science specialists and even the general public.

    NanoCanada   NanoCanada is a national initiative that brings together the community to stimulate innovation, enhance R&D capacity and stimulate the development of nanotechnology applications in collaboration with industry.                                           

    Graphene-info   Graphene-info is a cyber meeting spot for all kinds of graphene buffs, providing services, resources and news for professionals, as well as people who want to learn more about this exciting new material and its applications.

    NPL   NPL maintains a wide portfolio of internationally visible research programmes that advances measurement science, underpins the SI system and supports various cross-disciplinary technologies.                                        

    The Graphene Flagship   With a budget of €1 billion, the Graphene Flagship represents a new form of joint, coordinated research on an unprecedented scale, forming Europe's biggest ever research initiative.                               




How Graphene Research Is Taking Aim at 5 of the World’s Biggest Problems


9 amazing uses for graphene, from filtering seawater to smart paint     



30 ways graphene is about to change your life                   



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Graphene: The Next Tech Revolution Graphene: The Next Tech Revolution


Graphene: Automotives


Graphene: Biomedical Technologies 


How graphene could change billions of lives by creating reliable sources of clean water 


Graphene enables high-speed electronics on flexible materials 


10 Uses of Graphene in Engineering         



    International Organization for Standarization. ISO/TS 80004-13:2017  

Nanotechnologies -- Vocabulary -- Part 13: Graphene and related two-dimensional (2D) materials. ISO/TS 80004-13:2017 lists terms and definitions for graphene and related two-dimensional (2D) materials, and includes related terms naming production methods, properties and their characterization. 

    Charles Clifford, Surface Technology Group, National Physical Laboratory  

Standards and their value in general and specifically for nanotechnology






    Visual Capalist  

Graphene: The Game-Changing Material of the Future 


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