Graphene and related materials are expected to revolutionize the fields in which they are applied, and they have the potential to become the materials of the 21st century. In 2015 the Graphene Flagship roadmap identified eleven science and technology themes: fundamental science, health and environment, production, electronic devices, spintronics, photonics and optoelectronics, sensors, flexible electronics, energy storage, composite materials and biomedical devices.

In this context Graphene Labs are committed to conduct research projects with a technology transfer perspective, in order to foster industrial innovation at national and international level.


Inks - Graphene labs is able to produce high quality graphene inks, that is a liquid solution containing nano graphene flakes (few grams per liter) that may be used with printing techniques or as additive in composites.

Conductive paper and tissue

Conductive paper and tissue: graphene inks are used in fabrics, such as paper and tissue, for obtaining conductive properties.

Printable electronics

Printable electronics: printed circuits with graphene are flexible and light, and may be used for wearable electronic devices

Graphene directly grown on insulators

Continuous monolayer graphene is synthesized directly on sapphire, silicon carbide, and hexagonal boron nitride. Direct growth on insulators avoids transfer and is ideal for a number of applications ranging from biosensing to optoelectronics.

Single-crystal graphene arrays “on demand”

Matrixes of graphene single-crystal with various size and pitch are synthesized and deterministically transferred on target substrates. Extremely high carrier mobilities make this material ideal for applications like photonics and electronics.

3D-printed plastic wires

3D-printed plastic wires: adding graphene to polymers allows to realize 3-d printed conductive materials, such as wires

Momo Design

Graphene Helmet in collaboration with MomoDesign - Graphene coating onto the exterior shell allows better distribution of impact force, making the helmet less susceptible to damage compared to helmets without graphene, even in high temperature conditions.


Graphene Shoes in collaboration with Fadel – Adding graphene in the production of shoes soles improve their flexibility, softness, lightness and strength, combined with excellent thermoregulation properties.


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