The funding round, which includes current investors Parkwalk and Amadeus, will enable the business to increase its technological capacity globally and enhance its R&D capabilities.
Step-change in the potential of high-tech devices of the future: Graphene replaces indium used in mobile phone screens
Researchers from Paragraf and Queen Mary University of London have demonstrated the successful fabrication of an Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) with a monolayer graphene anode, replacing ITO in organic light-emitting diodes.
Graphene Hall sensors deliver high-accuracy operation in fields exceeding 30 Tesla and at cryogenic temperatures
Paragraf™ has leveraged its expertise in the manufacturing and implementation of graphene technology to make another major advance in Hall sensor performance. The company has announced the availability of a new sensor range capable of unmatched sensitivity and linearity when placed in low temperature environments and in strong magnetic fields.
Paragraf, the leader in the development and production of graphene electronic devices, has appointed Charles Platts as Chief Finance Officer. Charles will support Paragraf throughout its next phase of rapid growth, and beyond, bringing a strong commercial focus.
Paragraf™ is delighted to announce Internationalisation Fund assistance from the Department for International Trade (DIT).
The Electronics Industry Awards, organised by Components in Electronics (CIE) publisher Datateam Business Media, is back for 2021 to celebrate the very best professionals, products, projects and companies from across the electronics sector. Paragraf has been nominated for the Automotive Product of the Year Award, for the GHS01AT graphene-based Hall effect sensor.
Beauhurst, the leading UK startups database, has ranked Paragraf as number one in their top 10 graphene companies to watch this year.
Paragraf introduces Graphene Hall sensor optimised for cryogenic applications including quantum computing
Paragraf introduces the GHS-C Graphene Hall Sensor (GHS), providing the industry’s only viable approach to measuring magnetic field strengths of 7 Tesla (T) and above, at temperature extremes below 3 Kelvin (K).
Paragraf's GHS series of graphene Hall sensors has won the award for Excellence in Product Design (High-reliability systems), at the Elektra Awards 2020 ceremony.
Paragraf, the leader in graphene-based transformative electronic devices, announces a new graphene Hall Effect sensor ideally suited to battery applications, such as the electric vehicle (EV) sector.
Paragraf has been listed as a key player in CVD grown graphene and the role this can have in the electronics sector by IDTechEx in its latest report – ‘Graphene Market & 2D Materials Assessment 2021-2031’.
Paragraf, the leader in graphene-based transformative electronic sensors and devices, is helping to realise an industry first by implementing a supply chain for graphene Hall-Effect sensors used in high-temperature Power Electronics, Electric Machines and Drives (PEMD) within the aerospace sector.
Paragraf, the leader in graphene-based transformative electronic sensors and devices, has demonstrated the ability of its graphene Hall Effect sensors to withstand high levels of radiation. The discovery, based on testing from the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), proves that ‘unpackaged’ Hall Effect sensors can be used in high-radiation environments such as space. The project was funded by…
Julie Palmer, Operations Manager at Paragraf, explains how the company has continued working during the pandemic.
Paragraf, the leader in graphene-based transformative electronic sensors and devices, is pleased to announce the appointment of Alistair Crawford as Chairman. Alistair joins Paragraf at a crucial time in its development, as the company is scaling up its technology portfolio and commercial reach.
Paragraf has embarked on a working partnership with the Magnetic Measurement section at CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, with both parties set to demonstrate how new opportunities for magnetic measurements are opened up through the unique properties of its graphene sensor, particularly its negligible planar Hall effect.
UK-based graphene electronics technology company Paragraf announces today the addition of £3.4m to its series A round, with Draper Esprit joining as significant investor, bringing the total to £16.2m.
UK-founded graphene-based electronics technology company Paragraf announces today the close of its £12.8m Series A round. The funding, led by Parkwalk, will fuel product development as the company commercialises.