Vorbeck Materials

  • Moved downstream from developing graphene ink to providing graphene enabled flexible circuitry and packaging, including radio frequency identification devices (RFID), sensors, and batteries
  • Restructured into three groups, focused on wearable and flexible electronics, battery systems, and compos...

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