Welcome to the forefront of laser-induced graphene technology

The true potential of this wonder material was revealed in 2013 when laser-induced graphene was first derived from a plastic substrate by Professor James Tour at Rice University.

Since then, Laser-induced graphene research has spearheaded modern materials applications.
There are dozens of different University groups researching and developing new applications using the Laser-induced graphene method.

Major LIG applications include air filtration, water purification, sensors, bio-sensors, flexible electronics, energy, and countless other industries primed to benefit humanity.

LIG can be categorized into four major segments



The unique properties of LIG revolutionize common filtration methods, allowing innovation in both air and water filtration and purification.



LIG offers solutions for next-generation energy storage and gen devices; fuel cells, electrolyzers, batteries, and other energy solutions can integrate LIG technology as part of their design for better performance.



The large surface area, electrical conductivity, manufacturing simplicity, and biocidal nature of the LIG allow for the production of low-cost sensors and biosensors with high performance.


Functional Composites and Surfaces

LIG can be embedded in composites to add functionality as heat transfer, electrical conductivity, strength, and antimicrobial properties.

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