Graphene Gets ISO Standardization

Hurdles

Money Quote: “It is important to standardize the terminology for graphene, graphene-derived and related 2D materials at the international level, as the number of publications, patents and organizations is increasing rapidly. Thus, these materials need an associated vocabulary as they become commercialized and sold throughout the world.”

ISO – Nanotechnologies — Vocabulary — Part 13: Graphene and related two-dimensional (2D) materials

Don’t forget Nashville: The National Graphene Association’s Inaugural Graphene Innovation Summit and Expo Oct. 29-31, 2017 in Nashville

Headed to the Graphene Innovation Summit in Nashville Oct. 29th and I’m expecting a crowd.

Opry Crowd

If you’ve looked at my posts in the past, you’ll know of my particular interest in Graphene, as well as other advanced materials, and their intersection with industry, energy and infrastructure. If I can be helpful in any way (asking questions, sharing notes, etc…) I hope you will let me know.

To get an idea of where we are in the Graphene commercialization timeline, I have added a link to an interview (I hope she doesn’t mind) with Dr. Zina Jarrahi Cinker, Executive Director of the National Graphene Association (NGA) – Dr. Cinker Interview / AZoNano.

From my perspective, while standardization & commercialization challenges remain, the progress is undeniable. From semiconductors to batteries and super-capacitors; from wearables to concrete and steel; from filtration to aerospace to ink, things are happening quickly. For many of you, this is something worth knowing.

Graphene Innovation Summit

Best,

TG