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Trends in Graphene Applications


Trends in Graphene Applications report author Rob Whieldonrob whieldon operations director nixene publishing

Trends in Graphene Applications is a downloadable, free report compliments of Nixene Publishing.

We have been publishing the Nixene Journal since 2017 and are now in volume 4 of monthly issues. Operations Director Rob Whieldon has been analysing past issues and noticed some interesting trends in graphene applications.  We have summarised these in a free Special Edition, Trends in Graphene applications .(Click to access .pdf)

This helpful report contains word cloud analysis, Top 20 chart, trends over time, and more.

Have you noticed similar trends in the market for graphene applications?

About the Nixene Journal

The Nixene Journal is published monthly summarising technology and market developments in the
world of Graphene and 2D.

We have tried to standardise the language that we use to describe market sectors, applications, and
product types. We use this to create a consistency of approach in terminology for both technology
and market developments. Each article in the Journal has a navigator table highlighting the content
in terms of market sector, application and product type, see Figure 1. These ‘navigator headings’ are
intended to be a quick and easy guide to enable busy people to categorise and identify the content
of an article.

Our navigator headings are constantly developing over time as the graphene and 2D field evolves.

The standard format for the Nixene Journal can be found in Appendix 1 whilst a summary of the
current navigator headings can be found in Appendix 2.

About Rob Whieldon

Rob Whieldon is an experienced designer of award winning learning and development programmes for the SME community, programmes that have delivered tangible commercial and operational results across many business disciplines.

He was the Executive Director of the prestigious Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses programme in Yorkshire and Humber and is the former Director of Small Business Programmes at Leeds University Business School (LUBS).