After 15 years of intensive academic research, graphene is getting ready to morph into a marketable technology.
This Review reflects on the 15 years of advances in the field of 2D materials towards commercialization of graphene and its future perspectives.
Fifteen years since the ground-breaking experiments on graphene, its commercial exploitation is progressing at the expected pace for a new material.
Graphene is being used commercially in large quantities in ways that are grounded in market realities, far from the much hyped ‘killer applications’.
An EU-funded open call aims at building a consortium to bridge basic and applied research on graphene and related atomically thin crystals for the development of integrated circuit technologies.
Looking back at some of the key discoveries that shaped the field.