Graphene and utility transformation

By Andrew Bonwick, former CEO of Power Direct and Chairman of EnergyOne Background Historically, Australia’s energy market has been based on the physical constraints of its production system. Around a half to two-thirds of our electricity is consumed during daytime...

The smart floor to combat COVID-19

Lining up for a coffee, food, getting into an elevator, or in line to grab a beer, just got 100% safer thanks to a smart floor which can systematically enforce safe social distancing. It’s called On-Q-Mat. Developed by Imagine Intelligent Materials (IIM), On-Q-Mat...

Graphene – when being unseen means you’ve arrived

There’s a lot of hype around graphene right now. ‘The key to industry 4.0’, the answer to affordable super batteries and the foundation of a low carbon economy (ironic since graphene is carbon) – all strident messages of advocacy. And all possible. But the future of...

Professor Bronwyn Fox on Imagine Presents

Recently appointed to Deputy Vice Chancellor at Swinburne University, Professor Bronwyn Fox joined Chris Gilby on the Imagine Presents webinar series to discuss ‘what’s next?’ with graphene.

US graphene developer wins strong investor support

An oversubscribed fundraising round for US manufacturer demonstrates growing investor interest in graphene. Nanotech Energy, a leading supplier of graphene, announced that its ‘Series C Preferred’ round of funding was expected to close at $25 million for a post-money...