Graphene, in the simplest terms, is a single layer of graphite. In short, this revolutionary material was discovered in 2004 by scientists at University of Manchester, a feat for which they were awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics. Today, copious graphene-based studies are conducted across different disciplines including physics, chemistry, materials science, and engineering exploiting many of graphene’s unprecedented properties. Prof. Byung Hee Hong, the founder of BIOGRAPHENE, is a pioneering scientist of CVD graphene which has enabled scalable use of graphene films. Prof. Hong is also one of the scientists who first employed graphene film for biomedical applications. Following years of studies by scientists at Seoul National University and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, BIOGRAPHENE focuses exclusively on the application of soluble graphene-based materials for biomedical applications.