Scandinavia’s graphene potential

By Laura Syrett
Published: Friday, 21 February 2014

Scandinavia is known for its iron ore deposits and fossil fuels, but it also holds vast amounts of graphite which could be used to develop a graphene industry in this exciting hub

Scandinavia is an historic graphite-producing region, with past producing deposits becoming the target of redevelopment projects in a handful of areas across Norway and Sweden over the past three years.

In Janaury 2013, Sweden’s Chalmers University was at the head of a successful bid for a grant of at least...

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