Carbonics Inc., a Los Angeles Calif.-based startup company, has executed a licensee agreement with USC, UCLA and KACST, which includes multiple IP assets to supercharge its carbon-electronic bucket portfolio. A key holding is the recent published patent ”High performance field-effect transistors”. It is well known that nanomaterials such as graphene and carbon nanotubes hold great potential for electronic components, due to remarkable properties such as extremely high charge carrier mobilities and current densities. Single atomic layer thickness provides ultimate electrostatic geometry for scaling down field-effect transistors (FETs), particularly for variability control which the semiconductor industry is currently grappling with. FETs fabricated with carbon have shown superior performance compared to conventional semiconductor devices of the same size. The performance of the fabricated carbonFETs are still far from their theoretical potential.