Getting graphene out of the lab into everyday use
Become a member of the Australian Graphene Industry association – corporates or individuals (now simplified.)
Graphene+ 2019 conference will be on Nov 19th in AMDC301 and Skylounge at Swinburne Vic 3122 Please save the date.
Join us and help with creating an ecosystem linking all and extending graphene into industry in a safe and productive way.
The Australian Graphene Industry Association (AGIA) was established to provide valuable information on a material that will be critical to national and global economies in the 21st Century.
The AGIA will create linkages between industry, government, capital markets, entrepreneurs, researchers, and the community.
Latest Australian Graphene News
General Manager - Charlotte Dunstan has joined AGIA recently. Other recent changes include the addition of Stephen Wee and Mike Grogan as Directors. Charlotte Dunstan has a passion for innovation and technology transfer and draws on her global networks to create...
Australian company Talga Resources are making graphene by the tonne. The CEO was interviewed recently about producing and commercialising graphene related products. "Ultrapure graphene is grown in labs under carefully controlled conditions, but Mark Thompson (CEO)...
Graphene-based film may one day soon dramatically improve the efficiency of solar energy harvesting according to researchers at Swinburne University. "At just 90-nanometres thick – 1000 times finer than the width of a human hair – this ultra-thin, graphene-based film...