Applied Graphene Materials was founded by Professor Karl Coleman in 2010, with its operations and processes based on technology that he initially developed at Durham University.
With investment from IP Group, North East Technology Fund and Northstar Equity Investors, Applied Graphene materials established a commercial-scale production facility at the Wilton Science Park on Teeside, with a nameplate capacity of one tonne of graphene nanoplates per annum.
Following commissioning of this production facility, Applied Graphene Materials has commenced engagement with commercial partners to develop applications for graphene.
Applied Graphene Materials was admitted to AIM in November 2013 under the stock ticker symbol 'AGM'.
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