Optics, microscopy, advanced microsphere lenses
Essentially, to access the GEIC’s industry leading expertise in the graphene space and use the centre to enhance our product offering.
LIG are looking to see where their novel optical microscope technology can be useful in the optical inspection of graphene.
The expertise and sample types to explore the application of super-resolution optical imaging in the graphene space.
“Working with the GEIC allowed us to access industry and academic expertise quickly and efficiently. The GEICs support enabled us to rapidly progress our research into optical graphene imaging and created some stunning images. We are excited to see where we go next.”
Our team worked closely with the application specialists at the GEIC to image a variety of graphene samples.
Super-Resolution optical imaging, new optical techniques to image sample ageing and graphene formation on different substrates.
None at this stage of the project.
A series of optical images showing fine detail and features on a range of graphene samples and products which would be difficult to observe using conventional optical microscopes.
That our NANORO product range allows the imaging of graphene samples in full colour at a resolution that is normally reserved for SEM.
With this knowledge we can now approach new market opportunities and engage with academics / industries within the graphene and 2D materials landscape.
This is a commercial product, we are looking to open new markets for the company. We are also investigating options for a new tool utilising spectroscopic methods.
This will now open the doors to new markets including, but not limited to, graphene and 2D materials academics and industries.
Our products are available now and with this research completed, we can now explore opportunities within the graphene sector.