Material Supply Arrangement Secured with the NGI


06.12.2017 | 13:03

William Blythe recently announced the launch of a new energy storage project in collaboration with the National Graphene Institute (NGI) at the University of Manchester. Over the course of this two year project, William Blythe have committed to the supply of graphene oxide to researchers throughout the NGI, allowing easier access to William Blythe’s material which is already in use in a number of projects at the Institute.

Professor Vladimir Falko, Director of the National Graphene Institute said: “The researchers based in the NGI rely on highly consistent and top-quality graphene materials to progress our research and aid in the development of commercial applications. This new partnership with William Blythe allows the University’s graphene scientists greater access to necessary materials with which to work with, in tandem with a project exploring the possibilities of 2D materials and new battery technologies.”

William Blythe is delighted to have been able to establish this arrangement with the National Graphene Institute. The supply of consistently high quality graphene oxide products into the market is the top priority for William Blythe’s graphene oxide programme, and this arrangement will only serve to accelerate this position. Research volumes of the material are currently available through our GOgraphene webshop; customers interested in larger, commercial volumes should contact us directly to discuss their specific requirements.


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