Who we are

Paragraf has perfected a proprietary process for depositing single-atom thick, two-dimensional materials, including graphene, directly onto silicon, silicon-carbide, sapphire, gallium-nitride and other semiconductor-compatible substrates. The contamination-free technology is scalable, and compatible with existing electronic device manufacturing processes.

Serving the sensor, energy harvesting and semiconductor markets, Paragraf has developed its own Hall-Effect Sensors for measuring magnetic fields in demanding environments. It is now partnering with electronic device makers to enable them to take advantage of the unique properties of graphene.

Based near Cambridge, U.K., Paragraf was a spin-out from the Department of Materials Science at Cambridge University. At our custom R&D facility we produce the highest-quality large-area graphene, and develop step-change graphene-based technologies utilising our expertise in:

  • thin film materials production
  • solid state structure and device processing
  • novel material product application

Working in partnership with others, we are using our materials in the development of devices and processes driving revolutionary technological advances in commercial applications.

Our purpose

Our proven, repeatable approach to fabrication facilitates graphene production in a usable format, suitable for mass market devices. Now we strive to achieve extraordinary advances with potentially global benefits.

Through materials science and high-tech engineering, we work to develop innovative and useful end products from novel materials, to enhance the daily lives of individuals worldwide. Our intention is to create:

  • more accessible technology
  • cheaper applications
  • ground-breaking achievements in medical science
  • reduction of energy poverty
  • environmental benefits

We are committed to the sharing and dissemination of information to accelerate and broaden the application of graphene for the benefit of all. We enthusiastically embrace working with the wider community through collaborative programs and projects, and actively seek partnership opportunities.