Graphene to restore speech at the MWC

Graphene to restore speech at the MWC

As we have already reported, the GSMA Mobile World Congress returned to Barcelona and with it, the Graphene Pavilion. Back for the third year, the aim of this space is to bring graphene and related 2D materials to life for the diverse public that this congress attracts.

With over 107,000 visitors from 205 countries, the GSMA Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry and one of Barcelona’s biggest annual trade shows. It brings together companies large and small, government ministers and regulators, investors, innovators, practitioners and the international media.

The Graphene Flagship organised its Graphene Pavilion, with partners exhibiting some 20 plus prototypes and demonstrators. As a Flagship research partner and field leader in graphene technologies, the ICN2 was there to showcase its brain implant technologies, being developed under the H2020 BrainCom project to restore speech, and more generally as part of the ICN2 Severo Ochoa research programme “Nanodevices for Social Challenges”.