A new report on the market potential of graphene has been published by Displaybank, making research on investment choices less of a headache for the diligent investor.
Focused on the science of graphene’s properties and potential applications, the report looks at methods of synthesis, development trends by graphene related companies, emerging technologies and market forecast.
The fabrication of graphene is scrutinized with a focus on “bottom up,” CVD, Epitaxy, and Organic synthesis, and various “top down,” processes of exfoliation. For a recent account of these processes given on this website click here.
The companies under the spotlight are analysed according to their development trend and grouped into geographical regions.
Korea: Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology; Samsung Techwin; N-Baro Tech; Loenk; Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI); Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST); Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)
Japan: Fujitsu; National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
The United States: Angstron Materials; XG Sciences; First nano; Vorbeck Materials; IBM; Columbia University; University of Texas at Austin
Europe: Graphene Industries (UK); University of Manchaster (UK); Max Planck Gesellschaft (Germany)
Much of the information covered in these reports has been the subject of inquiry at investingraphene.com.
If you are interested in securing a copy of the report then visit: http://www.displaybank.com/_eng/research/report_view.html?id=862&cate=6