The concept of graphene in a carbon framework has given rise to enormous improvements
to the specific properties of materials. Notably, the combination of graphene with polymeric, metallic
and ceramic materials has significantly improved mechanical resistance, electrical and thermal conductivity,
and thermal stability of the resulting composite material. In this review, we discuss comprehensive
literature on graphene-based composite materials for biomedical and related energy storage
applications with emphasis to the synthesis techniques and improved properties of the nanocomposite
materials due to graphene addition.