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Graphenics supplies pristine graphene, a material that's changing the world the way silicon did 50 years ago.

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Nanotechnology
  • Location Tuscaloosa, AL, USA
  • Currency USD

Company Summary

Graphene, a honeycomb sheet of carbon just one atom thick, is revolutionizing the technology industry. Graphene's properties enable super strong yet lightweight plastics reducing energy consumption in transportation; curved and flexible electronics; batteries that charge faster and last longer; and much more. Graphenics is the only company that can supply high-quality, flat graphene flakes in volume.


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    Michael Weber

    Michael has held executive management positions in Silicon Valley technology companies ranging from start-up to Fortune 500, including Division Manager/VP in KLA-Tencor’s surface science division. As Managing Partner at Auxin Partners, he was responsible for a major client’s graphene IP portfolio. Michael holds a Physik-Diplom (MSc in Physics) from the University of Bremen, Germany. He also serves as a Visiting Scholar at the University of Ala

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    Rachel Frazier

    Rachel is a Graphenics co-founder and the inventor of Graphenics’ technology. Rachel received a B.S. in Physics from the University of Florida, Gainesville, FL in 2001, and both a M.S. (2003) and a Ph.D. (2005) in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Florida. From 2005-2007 she was a postdoctoral fellow at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC. She is currently a research engineer at AIME.

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    Hunter Adams
    Patent Attorney

    Hunter is a Graphenics co-founder and specializes in patent preparation, prosecution, analysis, and strategy. He received a J.D. from The University of Alabama School of Law. While in law school, he founded two companies. Before receiving his law degree, Hunter researched in the Department of Infectious Diseases at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and with Dr. Patrick LeClair in the University of Alabama Physics Department.