Curiosity led bicycle mechanics Orville and Wilbur Wright to achieve the first powered, sustained and controlled airplane flight in 1903. Their invention established Dayton, Ohio as the birthplace of aviation and changed the world.
Over a century later curiosity fueled a new technology revolution when Dayton-based Dr. Bor Jang became the first to isolate pristine, single-layer graphene.
WORK AT G3
Join G3’s diverse team of scientists, chemists, engineers and physicists at the world’s largest graphene production facility where you’ll be able to study the wonder material, how it works with other substances and get in on the ground floor of helping to develop affordable graphene products for water filtration, energy storage and barrier properties—three technology arenas that will influence quality of life for people across the globe.
See what some of our employees are saying…
Claire Rutiser – Director of Intellectual Property
Graphene and graphene oxide are cutting edge materials with a wide range of uses. Working at G3 has allowed me to use my technical degrees, business degree and experience in multiple industries to identify applications for these materials. It is very rare to find a startup that combines core competencies with a significant IP portfolio and the financial backing to move product development forward. G3 has provided all this, plus the opportunity to work with world-class scientists and engineers.
Curtis Zahn – Environmental Health & Safety Manager
What I like about working at G3 is the fact that I am involved in a venture to commercialize a new technology with enormous potential for growth. Every day new possibilities emerge with graphene and the excitement is palpable.
Aaron Blake – Battery Scientist
If I had to sum it up working at G3 to one thing, it would be that I get to work in a creative laboratory environment where I am directly involved in the development of next-generation materials and manufacturing technologies to improve the outlook of electrochemical energy storage applications.