Vorbeck Media Coverage

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Gigaom, the leading global voice on emerging technologies, writes an in-depth piece on Vorbeck and forging the future of inks and batteries with graphene.

February 13, 2013

Gigaom profiles Vorbeck and its products in-depth, focusing on graphene-based batteries, wearables, security packaging, and Vorbeck's electrically conductive Vor-ink, the world's first commercial graphene-based product. 

"But a startup out of Jessup, Maryland, called Vorbeck Materials, is one of the leaders in both producing graphene and also dreaming up products from batteries to wearables that can be made using the so-called miracle material. Vorbeck was founded in 2006 to commercialize a proprietary graphene material developed by Princeton chemical engineers Ilhan Aksay and Robert Prud’homme, and the company has a ton-scale factory churning out graphene in Jessup."

 

Read more: From ink to batteries, startup Vorbeck gets creative with the next silicon: graphene

 

Vorbeck President Appears on BBC World News

January 17, 2013

Vorbeck's president, John Lettow, was interviewed live by the BBC's John Sopel. John discussed the exciting new applications in military, printed electronics, energy and batteries, composites, fibers, packaging, and apparel fields enabled by the commercial availability of Vorbeck products made with Vor-x® graphene. 

 

 

 

Vorbeck wins Daily Record Innovator of the Year award

June 20, 2012

The Daily Record has recognized Vorbeck with its Innovator of the Year award as a Maryland company that has "created a product, service or process that has had a positive effect on [its] business, industry or community."

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