This Science Center startup was featured on national TV

The Science Channel’s “How It’s Made” show highlighted Graphene Frontiers’ manufacturing process.

Graphene Frontiers' sensor chips on a silicon wafer.

(Photo courtesy of University of Pennsylvania)

Graphene Frontiers, the nanotech startup based out of the University City Science Center, got some national air time last week during the latest episode of the Science Channel’s How It’s Made series.
The video shows the birth of a kind of graphene chip used in chemical and biomolecular sensors.
The company’s manufacturing process, as we told you in last year’s Philly Tech Week print mag, significantly lowered the cost of production of graphene, which has broad applications as a superconductor.
Here’s the clip from How It’s Made, courtesy of the Science Channel:

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