Graphmatech AB is a materials technology company that invents, develops and sells graphene-based materials. It is a proudly Swedish company made up of a diverse, international team spanning nine nationalities.
Graphmatech's journey began in 2017 at Uppsala University when researcher Dr Mamoun Taher invented Aros Graphene®, a unique graphene hybrid material capable of unlocking the full potential of graphene.
And so Graphmatech was born – with a mission to take graphene from a novel wonder-material in the lab, to a solution for large-scale industrial applications.
The company has received several awards, including being listed as one of the 33 Hottest Tech Startup Companies in Sweden according to NyTeknik in both 2019 and 2020, and named Nordic Nanotech Company of the Year in 2018.
Graphmatech's founder Dr Mamoun Taher was also awarded the prestigious SKAPA Prize 2020 for Uppsala Region, for the invention of Aros Graphene.
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