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CrayoNano's leading-edge technology enables solutions for fundamental changes within the semiconductor industry, leading the way into a new era.

CrayoNano’s patented and groundbreaking technology merges two nanomaterials—aluminium gallium nitride (AlGaN) nanowires and graphene—to create a hypermaterial. This combination creates a new, strain-free material with high crystal quality, enabling energy efficient, and reliable UV-C LEDs.


What are nanowires?

Nanowires are extremely thin, wire-like nanostructures. Made from materials including gallium, nitrogen, aluminium, and more—nanowire’s structures, shape, and position define their properties. They are exceptional electrical and optical semiconductor components.


What is graphene?

Nanomaterials are low dimensional materials defined by their spatial dimensions and unique physics properties, of which graphene is the thinnest, lightest, and strongest. It is highly electrically and thermally conductive, making graphene exceptionally effective for electronics.


What is a hypermaterial?

Future applications need to unlock new functionality. CrayoNano combines graphene and semiconductor nanowires to create a hypermaterial, enabling the design of devices with exceptional performance.

CrayoNano grows AlGaN nanowires on graphene to create an energy efficient and high performing semiconductor chip. Our AlGaN nanowires on graphene are strain-free, leading to an extremely high crystal quality—a requirement for an efficient, reliable UV-C LED.