National University of Singapore Graphene Research Centre

  • Founded in 2010 with initial funding of S$40 million from NUS, has since received an additional S$60 million from the Singapore government
  • Primarily a research institution, but also interested in exploring commercial value of research
  • Working on different chemical exfoliation, int...

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