Graphene electronic device knowledge

As a unique and innovative material, Paragraf’s ‘next-generation’ graphene is constantly revealing new qualities and capabilities, and inspiring new applications. Our Knowledge Centre is where you will find the latest whitepapers, blogs and articles from us.

Enabling a Magnetic Breakthrough at CERN with Graphene Electronics

August 4th, 2020|

By Ellie Galanis, product owner for the GHS Series of graphene Hall sensors, Paragraf. From the outset, it was an ambitious partnership. How could a technology company in the UK help the world’s most [...]

From Research to Commercial Graphene Electronics

July 29th, 2020|

Progressing from research to commercialisation in just five years, Paragraf has created a remarkably sensitive graphene-based magnetic sensor. Technical Director, Dr Ivor Guiney, reveals how. In 2014, three years before the launch of Paragraf, [...]

Graphene Now Ready to Shake Up the Electronics Industry

July 23rd, 2020|

Article by John Tingay, CTO at Paragraf.  Comprised of a single layer of carbon atoms, with an incredibly strong structure, graphene has been much heralded in the field of materials science. The properties that [...]

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Redefining Hall-Effect Sensors with Graphene

July 13th, 2020|

Article by Simon Thomas, CEO at Paragraf. Over the last decade or so, graphene has gained an ever-increasing amount of press attention, due to the incredible properties it possesses and its potential to enhance [...]

Five Advantages of Graphene Hall-Effect Sensors

July 7th, 2020|

Article by Paragraf’s Dr Hugh Glass who outlines the extraordinary technical characteristics of an exciting new electronic device. It is fair to say that graphene has been slow to realise its potential in the [...]


Graphene Hall-Effect Sensors – The gateway to unrivalled magnetic field sensitivity and resolution?

The commercial viability of graphene has so far largely failed to be realised. This whitepaper reveals how Paragraf has developed a process overcoming previous issues, enabling it to develop a commercially viable graphene Hall-effect sensor. The whitepaper also explores the sensor’s ability to transform magnetic measurement applications, and provides a view to future developments.

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