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Graphene Frontiers

Graphene Frontiers
Graphene Frontiers
Graphene Frontiers market atmospheric-pressure grown CVD (APCVD) graphene for use in displays, touch screens, and thermal management solutions. Unlike conventional CVD, APCVD does not require high vacuum and high temperatures, reducing the cost while increasing the quality and consistency of the graphene. Currently, the major source of revenue for the company are graphene-coated transmission electron microscope (TEM) grids, targeting the R&D market. The company has invested in process licensing, and expects revenues from fees and royalties to overtake product sales as the major source of revenue in 2013. Special interest is devoted to display technology and the company is actively developing partnerships in this direction.

Graphene Frontiers plans to raise Series A financing in Q1, 2013. The company is actively seeking new opportunities for revenue (material sales, sponsored research, process licensing) and partners for production and application development.
http://graphenefrontiers.com/
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  • neodymgans

    What about flinders Res.?

    • MarkoSpasenovic

      I think it’s a good company, however I only list here the ones that have expressed a clear interest in graphene.

  • apd

    what about adnano ?

  • G1000

    What’s your thoughts on Zenyatta?

    • MarkoSpasenovic

      This directory sticks to companies that work with graphene, or have otherwise expressed a clear interest in graphene. That is not yet the case with Zenyatta.

  • Debi

    What are your thoughts about AGIN, American Graphite Technologies, I have a good feeling about them, yes? No?

    • MarkoSpasenovic

      No, I definitely do not have a good feeling about them. The company has shown nothing so far, and I literally mean nothing, except for vague press releases and a website. Refrain from investing in AGIN right now, let’s see if they actually have an idea or an asset or not.

  • Guest

    It is a pump & dump scam. Read the SEC filings. Also, CEO suit be SEC for stock fraud.

    • guest

      Can you provide more details? I could not find SEC filing.

  • homebrew01

    It is a pump & dump scam. Read the SEC filings. Also, CEO sued by SEC for stock fraud.

  • Karl

    Hi mark.
    Great opportunity if they can get the licensing from patent holders. They would be better suited for providing the raw materials as uses like thermal dispersion is not a place they want to go. You probably remember the big suit involving RIM and GTI. GTI won that case much to my surprise. I never could find the settlement amount Blackberry had to pay. Do you know?

  • Steven Vendetti

    what about Graphene Tiger

  • WEH

    what is the company in the Midwest that holds all the patents on graphene

  • NC

    What about Nano-carbon.pl? And our shop Grapheneshop.pl. Could add thic company?