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GraphWear closes $20.5M Series B for a needle-free, graphene-powered glucose monitor

GraphWear closes $20.5M Series B for a needle-free, graphene-powered glucose monitor

Graphwear, a startup developing graphene-based needle-free approaches to glucose monitoring, recently closed a $20.5 million Series B round. GraphWear is developing a skin-surface-level wearable made of graphene. The sensor is small, about the size of an Apple Watch —...

Zen Graphene Solutions gets Health Canada approval and reports first revenue from shipment of graphene coating

Months after Health Canada deemed graphene-enhanced face masks as a “potential health hazard”, ZEN Graphene Solutions announced receiving an approval from Health Canada for its ZENGuard™ disposable face mask with biocidal coating and is rated at an ASTM...

ZEN Graphene Solutions finalizes definitive commercial agreement with Trebor Rx

ZEN Graphene Solutions recently announced the signing of a definitive commercial agreement with Trebor Rx for the manufacturing of ZENGuard™-enhanced personal protective equipment. The agreement includes surgical masks, filters for Trebor’s patent pending Pro+ mask,...
Novel graphene fiber electrode could assist in developing advanced therapies in bioelectronic medicine

Novel graphene fiber electrode could assist in developing advanced therapies in bioelectronic medicine

An international team that included researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) and the University of Houston has helped progress electroceutical research for treatment of diseases including rheumatoid arthritis, colitis and...
GMG to support Queensland University of Technology pilot for piezo-supercapacitors for self-powered medical implants

GMG to support Queensland University of Technology pilot for piezo-supercapacitors for self-powered medical implants

Graphene Manufacturing Group (GMG) has formalized its support to Queensland University of Technology – Centre for Biomedical Technologies (“CBT”) for the development of Piezo-Supercapacitors for Self-Powered Medical Implants through a pilot project agreement. The...
Researchers experiment with LIG to create improved wearable health devices

Researchers experiment with LIG to create improved wearable health devices

A Penn State-led international research team (led by Professor Huanyu “Larry” Cheng at Penn State) recently published two studies that could boost research and development of future motion detection, tactile sensing and health monitoring devices.There are various...