Next Generation, Biodegradable Graphene Textiles



Nanoloom produces eco-friendly, biodegradable materials from BioHastalex, a unique, novel material based on graphene

Harmful plastics are seen as indispensible for many industries and in our daily lives. And none of us are strangers to the unnacceptable environmental consequences of this dependence on this material.

Recycling those plastics is not enough. We need new materials, closed loop production processes and a disruptive way of thinking about these problems. But existing alternative materials are not sufficiently versatile and scalable to replace it across all of these industries. Yet we must completely revolutionise these industries to solve this problem. This is what Nanoloom is setting out to achieve.

Nanoloom produces biodegradable fibre from BioHastalex, which is made from wonder material graphene using a unique method. It can biodegrade in sea water and achieve extreme strength, elasticity and conductivity.

Its applications span numerous diverse industries.

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BioHastalex fibre is the end of plastics, and we're starting with apparel (including PPE). Be part of our journey.



A sustainable material that can mechanically outperform plastics across industries.

Sustainably produced, non-toxic and biodegradable in the ocean
Graphene is 200x stronger than steel and light at the same time - our production method retains and disperses the graphene's properties evenly
It is durable and can be made with varying degrees of elasticity - it does not shed
Waterproofing, heat, chemical, rust, fatigue and impact resistance
It can be used to produce thermally conductive fabric and enhanced heating without high-energy waste
Can be made to imitate characteristics of other materials like suede and leather

Our Team

Victoria Mataczynski
Victoria Mataczynski

Formerly a corporate lawyer at top-tier international law firms, Victoria managed award-winning teams on billion-pound projects. She has managed Innovate UK projects and grown a three-person startup to a scale up used by more than 50% of the world’s top global firms. She holds a B.Economics and a Juris Doctor.

Alexander Seifalian
Alexander Seifalian

Over 26 years at Royal Free Hospital and as Professor of Nanotechnology, with >632 peer-reviewed articles and 14 international patents. He has commercialised numerous products and is a recipient of the Medical Future Innovation top prize for development of nanomaterials, EU Life Sciences Award, Nanosmat Prize, UKTI Business Innovation Award and Heals Distinguished Research Award.

Elif Yenigun
Elif Yenigun

Elif is Senior Tutor (Textiles) at the Royal College of Art. She is focused on nanoengineered aerospace composites, smart wearables and 3D textile preforms. A recipient of an Individual Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship for adaptive smart textiles, Elif holds a BSc Textiles Engineering and PhD Materials Science and Engineering.

Yasmin Farhatnia
Yasmin Farhatnia

Yasmin holds a PhD Nanotechnology and Regenerative Medicine, MSc (Hons) Bioengineering and Medical Imaging and BSc (Hons) Medical Engineering. Her innovative research has been featured in over 20 leading scientific publications and has attracted close to £1 million investment.


Get In Touch

For all enquiries, please contact us at

London BioScience Innovation Center
2 Royal College St
London, United Kingdom