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GraphWear Technologies

Founded Year



Series B | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$20.5M | 2 yrs ago

About GraphWear Technologies

GraphWear Technologies diagnoses and monitors chronic conditions. It develops graphene-enhanced sensors measuring blood sugar, dehydration, and fat burning. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Headquarters Location

953 Indiana Street

San Francisco, California, 94107,

United States



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Healthcare & Life Sciences / Monitoring, Imaging & Diagnostics Tech

The non-invasive glucose monitoring market offers a convenient alternative to traditional methods of glucose monitoring. This market includes devices that use technologies such as micropoints, silicon-based adhesives, biochemical sensors, or infrared light beams to provide accurate glucose readings without the need for finger pricks or blood samples. These devices are discreet, safe, and affordabl…

GraphWear Technologies named as Challenger among 8 other companies, including Levels, Pkvitality, and Hagar.


Research containing GraphWear Technologies

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned GraphWear Technologies in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Aug 15, 2023.

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GraphWear Technologies is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Advanced Materials.


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GraphWear Technologies Patents

GraphWear Technologies has filed 2 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • computer memory
  • fets
  • fisheries science
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Transistor types, FETs, Fluid dynamics, Semiconductor devices, Sensors


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Transistor types, FETs, Fluid dynamics, Semiconductor devices, Sensors



Latest GraphWear Technologies News

Plug and Play Announces Second Batch of New Materials and Packaging Platform

Mar 30, 2023

Twelve best-in-breed startups chosen to expedite breakthroughs in materials technology News provided by Share this article Share this article SUNNYVALE, Calif., Aug. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Plug and Play announces its second batch of breakthrough materials and packaging startups aiming to disrupt a trillion-dollar industry. By uniting major industry players from resin suppliers, transformers, retailers and CPGs, Plug and Play is accelerating the implementation of innovation across the entire value chain. For a complete list of our New Materials & Packaging Partners, visit . Susan MacKay, CEO of Cerahelix, explains that "our home base is in Maine, and we're looking to take advantage of this opportunity to expand our network and gain introductions to new partners and investors in the space." The New Materials and Packaging innovation platform holds a 12-week accelerator program twice per year for 10-20 startups hand-picked from over 500 applications. The 3% of startups accepted into the program are then introduced to Plug and Play's network of over 100 corporate partners, 250 Venture capitalists and hundreds of thought leaders and industry experts for business development, funding and strategic partnerships. Companies entering the accelerator batch were chosen around the following focus areas: improved materials attributes (barrier properties, stiffness, melt strength, flexibility), smart packaging, sustainability, e-commerce packaging solutions, user experience, and renewability. Startups in the batch include: Startup Name AnCatt We developed the world's first high performance anti- corrosion paint without using traditional toxic heavy-metal anti- corrosion pigments such as chromate, lead, and zinc. The surprisingly record-setting 13,000 independent corrosion test result also indicated a dramatically extended, over six fold, durability comparing to the current best performance of 2,000 hours. This next generation anti-corrosion coating platform is thin, light-weight, surface tolerant, and self-sealing that could be used to protect all kinds of metals. Aromyx Aromyx has built a solution for the digital capture of scent and taste – the EssenceChip™ – that puts the human olfactory and taste receptors onto a disposable biochip, with a digital readout. The Aromyx platform will be invaluable to large corporations in the food & beverage, consumer packaged goods, chemicals and agriculture industries, as it will enable digital manipulation of taste and scent, akin to how we work with images and sounds today. BioCellection Plastic pollution is a global crisis that threatens the lives of millions of wildlife and the food safety for 4 billion people. BioCellection uses science to tackle plastic pollution one plastic at a time. We are starting with polystyrene because it has very low recyclability and makes up one third of marine pollution. Using our proprietary chemical and biological methods, we turn polystyrene waste into valuable biosynthesized compounds. Our two revenue streams include bioremediation service for plastic waste producers, and products, such as biosurfactants, for the textiles industry. BioInspira BioInspira is a sensor platform startup advancing air chemicals and pathogens detection for growing industrial and healthcare needs. Our first product is a virus-based natural gas sensor that is 1000x more sensitive, 100x smaller and 100x lower in cost than current sensors. With our sensor-enabling detection grid, we implement 24/7 remote monitoring system to help mid/up-stream of natural gas industry recoup the annual $4.6B value of lost gas leaking from their infrastructure. Cerahelix Cerahelix combines DNA biotechnology and ceramic materials to conserve water and energy resources used in processing and manufacturing. Our patented picofiltration technology provides an efficient water recycling solution for challenging industrial process conditions. Cost savings include less down time and decreased energy consumption. Our durable PicoHelix filter has broad applications across multiple industries that are looking for energy savings and zero liquid discharge solutions. Cosine Additive Cosine Additive is spearheading the development of true agile manufacturing for high value industrial and commercial parts. Combining both traditional machining and additive manufacturing experience, the Cosine team has developed a unique, versatile, high performance, high value added polymer 3D printer. Using the knowledge and experience gained, the company is making significant advancements in all major segments of the 3D printing ecosystem -- hardware, materials and software. EVRYTHNG EVRYTHNG is an Internet of Things Smart Products Platform that provides digital identity and data management for products and packaging on the web. Companies use EVRYTHNG's Platform-as-a-Service to manage billions of intelligent online identities in the cloud for their products, connected directly or via smart packaging and smartphones. The value of physical assets is transformed by adding an intelligent, personalized layer of digital content, services and data analytics. This makes every product into a digital product for smarter operations, using real-time tracking intelligence and supply chain applications, and connects products more cleverly to people's lives. GraphWear Technologies GraphWear is replacing blood and urine diagnostic tests with a non-invasive sweat test. Sweat is diluted and ultra-filtered blood and has the same bio information as blood, only in minuscule concentrations. GraphWear has developed a flexible sensor that can tap into this information for real-time healthcare monitoring using nanotechnology. We are pursuing three market opportunities in the following order: professional athletic monitoring, consumer wearables, and patient monitoring. LIMEX LIMEX is an amazing future material, made from Limestone. We can save water by LIMEX. Limestone reserve is abundant. Limestone is a natural resource and high recycling capability. LIMEX can save huge water and trees because we don't need no water and trees for producing. LIMEX instead of the standard paper. LIMEX also has more capability to make plastic made packages. Neurensic Business processes in every industry are shaped by regulatory demands. But compliance teams struggle with processing the vast data of these industries, as regulations and criminal threats become more sophisticated. Neurensic enables a new global standard for understanding regulatory compliance risk, providing insights impossible for humans to find alone. SLIPS Technologies SLIPS Technologies, Inc. (STI) is a venture-funded startup launched out of Harvard University and based in Cambridge, MA. STI makes SLIPS™, the world's first and only fully-slippery coatings and materials that are unique because they present a 100% liquid interface to the outside world. Our surfaces have a stable and immobilized liquid lubricant film overlayer. This "liquid surface" is cost-effective, robust and self-healing, and it makes SLIPS™ highly repellent to virtually all liquids and biological fouling agents. SLIPS™ solves sticky surface problems in industrial, medical and consumer applications – for example, barnacles sticking to marine vessels, bacteria sticking to medical devices, ice sticking to heat exchangers, and viscous fluids sticking inside containers. SLIPS™ surfaces can also be used to purposely deliver lubricity in applications where a slippery surface enhances product performance, for example catheters and shaving cartridges. Smart Planet Technologies Smart Planet Technologies is a materials engineering and intellectual property company with innovations in packaging technology. Paperboards with food contact such as freezer packaging, paper cups, takeout trays are traditionally coated with 100% polyethylene, which makes the materials very difficult to recycle, typically winding up in landfill (estimated 1.2 million tons in the US). Smart Planet's EarthCoating is a drop-in replacement to 100% polyethylene coating, and is engineered for recyclability. About Plug and Play Tech Center Plug and Play Tech Center is the world's largest global technology accelerator and venture fund. Since inception in 2006, our program has expanded worldwide to include entrepreneurs from 24 countries, providing necessary resources to succeed in Silicon Valley. With over 400 startups and 100 corporate partners, we have created the ultimate startup ecosystem. Plug and Play provides active investments with 180 leading Silicon Valley VCs, and more than 365 networking events per year. Companies in our community have raised over $3.5 billion in funding, with successful portfolio exits including Danger, Dropbox, Lending Club, PayPal, SoundHound, and Zoosk. For more information, visit: . Learn more about Plug and Play's 3-month New Materials & Packaging program by visiting . The culmination of Batch 2's accelerator program will take place at Plug and Play in Sunnyvale, California on October 27th. The event will feature over 60 startups with an audience of top investors, corporate partners and leaders in the industry. Register here: Media Contact

GraphWear Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was GraphWear Technologies founded?

    GraphWear Technologies was founded in 2015.

  • Where is GraphWear Technologies's headquarters?

    GraphWear Technologies's headquarters is located at 953 Indiana Street, San Francisco.

  • What is GraphWear Technologies's latest funding round?

    GraphWear Technologies's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did GraphWear Technologies raise?

    GraphWear Technologies raised a total of $25.05M.

  • Who are the investors of GraphWear Technologies?

    Investors of GraphWear Technologies include Mission BioCapital, Mayfield, Builders VC, VSC Ventures, MedTech Innovator and 9 more.



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