Utilising proprietary technology to create innovative new solutions

We believe that our product offerings are capable of having a game-changing impact in a broad variety of industry sectors through our subsidiaries:


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2-DTech Limited

2-DTech Limited, a spin-out from the University of Manchester, the birthplace of graphene and home to the Nobel Prize winning academics Geim and Novoselov, specialises in the supply of graphene products and the transfer of fundamental science to applied technology.



Nanene is a high quality few-layer graphene produced using a patented manufacturing method. Developed on the University of Manchester campus and then scaled up in a dedicated production facility, Nanene is a product that offers independently proven, real world application, performance benefits.


Cambridge Graphene Limited

Cambridge Graphene Limited, a spin out of Cambridge University, supplies novel graphene inks and develop graphene/2D materials technology and applications for customers.


AAC Cyroma Limited

AAC Cyroma is a supplier of vacuum-formed and injection-moulded products to the automotive, construction, utilities and retail industry sectors and operates from a 45,000 sq ft facility in Banbury, Oxfordshire. Using Versarien's existing graphene manufacturing capabilities, AAC Cyroma will have the ability to produce graphene-enhanced plastic products.


Versarien Technologies Limited

Versarien Technologies Limited holds the exclusive rights to a patent-protected additive process for creating microporous copper foam, which has multiple potential markets with primary focus on electronic equipment through the production of highly efficient heat exchange materials.


Total Carbide Limited

Total Carbide Limited is a leading European manufacturer of sintered tungsten carbide primarily for arduous environment applications in the oil and gas industry. Created in 1950, the company has a wealth of experience and focuses on world‑class product quality through the latest engineering practices.

Our business model





Intellectual property

A continual deal flow either by establishing new licence arrangements with research institutions or by identifying embryonic companies in early stages of development whose intellectual property fits with our definition of advanced materials technology



Applying the management team’s experience to developing and commercialising the advanced materials technology.




Providing the plant and equipment to get into production either via its existing production facilities or by funding new facilities.



Providing working capital facilities either from existing reserves, its public listing or via banking facilities.




Our strategy at a glance

Versarien plc seeks to capitalise on innovative IP, transforming it into commercially viable products that can tackle the technological challenges faced by modern manufacturers.



Our objectives for the current financial year are to:

  • identify and acquire majority stakes in companies capable of commercialising graphene applications;
  • sign application development agreements with customers;
  • sign commercial production agreements with customers; and
  • commence commercial production of graphene in quantity for specific applications.