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US graphene developer wins strong investor support

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...

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GMG wins Australian Research Council grant

GMG wins Australian Research Council grant

Graphene Manufacturing Group is proud to be the recipient of a $390k Australian Research Council grant with The University of Queensland for the final stage development of a graphene enhanced aluminium ion battery. The rechargeable aluminium battery could replace...

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Webinar: Graphene Innovations and Applications Update

Webinar: Graphene Innovations and Applications Update

Hear presentations from Australia's biggest movers in graphene. Chris Gilbey, CEO of Imagine Intelligent materials discusses the latest development in intelligent flooring and leak detection. Craig Nichol, CEO of Graphene Manufacturing Group profiles the globally...

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Imagine Intelligent Materials wins Government grant

Imagine Intelligent Materials wins Government grant

Imagine Intelligent Materials Limited, (Australia’s Leading Graphene Sensing Company) is one of the beneficiaries of the Morrison government’s investment into Australian defence industries announced today by The Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Melissa Price MP....

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5 properties of graphene that will change the world

5 properties of graphene that will change the world

Graphene is set to make our world cleaner and smarter in thousands of ways. Here are 5 of them. Technology-driven efficiency gains already outstrip conversion to renewable energy as a driver of carbon reduction. Graphene has the power to turbocharge these efficiency...

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Lab turns trash into valuable graphene in a flash

Lab turns trash into valuable graphene in a flash

That banana peel, turned into graphene, can help facilitate a massive reduction of the environmental impact of concrete and other building materials. While you're at it, toss in those plastic empties. A new process introduced by the Rice University lab of chemist...

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