University City Science Center a hub of ingenuity in Philadelphia

Jan 9, 2014 6ABC In the incubator of the University City Science Center, more than 30 companies are assembling the plans to improve planet earth. . . . Graphene Frontiers is developing ways to bring a Nobel-prize winning technology into the mainstream. “We’re actually producing Graphene at a large scale,” said Victoria Tsai, Graphene Frontiers.…

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High Quality Graphene Could Soon Be Produced in Bulk

October 4, 2013 IEEE Spectrum Back in September, the National Science Foundation awarded $744,600 to a University of Pennsylvania graphene start-up called Graphene Frontiers. The money is intended to help the young company ramp up a new manufacturing technique for producing graphene in a roll-to-roll process, which could enable large-scale production of high-quality graphene. The…

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Roll-to-Roll Production Could Ramp up Market for Graphene

September 25, 2013 Translational Materials Research Plus Graphene Frontiers, a spinout from the University of Pennsylvania, US, has been awarded $745k from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to demonstrate and develop roll-to-roll production of continuous graphene film. Read more…

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Penn Team Wins Entrepreneurial Innovation Award

October 10, 2011 Penn News The National Science Foundation (NSF) has selected a University of Pennsylvania team as a member of its inaugural class of NSF Innovation Corps awards. The I-Corps Awards recognize research that has the potential for commercial applications and connects scientists to entrepreneurial resources. Read more…

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