Graphene nanotubes featured at Deutsches Museum

The Deutsches Museum in Munich, renown worldwide for its comprehensive science and technology exhibitions, is closing the knowledge and curiosity gap for visitors by launching a new exhibition on nanotechnology. OCSiAl is proud to contribute to the museum’s efforts to highlight the innovative spirit of mankind by providing single wall carbon nanotubes for the exhibit. Visitors will be able to see nanotubes firsthand and explore their transformative role in creating materials with new sets of properties.

Konstantin Notman, CEO of OCSiAl, said, “We are thrilled to partner with the Deutsches Museum to showcase the latest in nanotechnology. As pioneers in graphene nanotubes, we are eager to share with people our knowledge of this remarkable carbon nanomaterial.”

In an era dominated by concerns over CO2 emissions, graphene nanotubes offer a sustainable solution empowering industries to make higher-performance products with less raw material required. This leads to lower emissions during the production, transportation, and use of new generation products. From faster charging and longer lasting batteries to advanced and safer coatings, rubbers, and plastic, industries are harnessing the potential of graphene nanotubes to usher in a new era of eco-friendly innovation.


About Deutsches Museum

Founded in 1903, the Deutsches Museum is one of the oldest and largest museums of science and technology in the world. It is the most visited museum in Germany, one of eight research museums in Germany, and is dedicated to the past, present, and future of technology, science and society. The museum’s collections include more than 125,000 exhibits, showing a huge thematic range: from atomic physics to aeronautics, from chemistry to bridges and hydraulic engineering, from musical instruments to health.