The EU large-scale initiative published the yearly overview showing the progress towards its overarching goal of taking graphene from academic laboratories to society. Coordinating the work of 145 partner organisations, 87 Associated Members and 31 partnering projects in 21 countries across Europe, the Graphene Flagship is accelerating the development of new graphene technologies in several fields of applications.

Cover page of the report showing a computer visualisation of a graphene lattice

Read the Graphene Flagship annual report 2018 to learn about the main achievements of the past year in the different areas of research.

In this video you can discover some of the technologies that the Graphene Flagship is developing for smartphones, home applications and wearables.

Read previous editions of the Graphene Annual report.

The Graphene Flagship is one of the EU’s FET (Future and Emerging Technologies) Flagships supported by the EU to address major scientific and technological challenges.