Australian Graphene Industry Association.
Towards global leadership in graphene-enabled advanced manufacturing
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Graphene. The world’s most intelligent material
Leaders in global advanced manufacturing regard graphene as a pivotal enabler of Industry 4.0 (the 4th industrial revolution) because of the transformational possibilities it offers in 2 pivotal areas
- Improving the properties of existing materials by making them stronger and lighter, more efficient, durable and heat or fire resistant
- Providing conductivity and connectivity to the structure of materials to make possible their ‘intelligent’ usage
What the world is saying about Graphene?
Victoria’s Lead Scientist, Dr Amanda Caples, has been connected to advanced materials manufacturing since her involvement in the establishment of Carbon Nexus at Deakin. Now, she turns her attention to the immense possibilities for Victoria and the nation, to profit...
How Australian graphene-enabled battery technologies can bridge the gap to a renewable energy future
The federal government has set a target for the substitution of 1000 megawatts of dispatchable power into the NSW grid in time for the Liddell closure, and has flagged the possibility of a taxpayer-funded investment in a gas-fired generation plant to achieve it. The...
Australian Graphene Industry Association
ABN 85 623 383 880
82 Brougham St.
Geelong, Victoria 3220
General Manager: Leanne O’Connor
Mobile: +61 418 554 885
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