Australian Graphene Industry Association News

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NanoPlexus and AEH Innovative Hydrogel win Prize

NanoPlexus and AEH Innovative Hydrogel win Prize

NanoPlexus and AEH Innovative Hydrogel have been awarded the The Eli and Britt Harari Enterprise Award, in association with Nobel Laureate Sir Andre Geim. "Two new technology businesses share this year’s £70,000 prize for novel applications of graphene and other 2D...

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Room Temperature Superconductivity – Search

Room Temperature Superconductivity – Search

As a room temperature superconductor, the electronic structure in twisted bilayer graphene is helping superconductivity researchers. "Finding a material which superconducts at room temperature would lead to a technological revolution, alleviate the energy crisis (as...

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Graphene Enhanced Footwear – Versarien MOU

Graphene Enhanced Footwear – Versarien MOU

More graphene-enhanced footwear is to be developed by English firm Versarien. Versarien is being a fast follower of INOV-8 who have launched their graphene enhanced hiking shoes some time back. In the context of overall Versarien company news,  this project is one of...

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Call for Nominations for AGIA at AGM

Call for Nominations for AGIA at AGM

Call for Nominations for the Australian Graphene Industry Association board. Have a look at the team page here to see directors and GM. The Closing Date: 16 August 2019 (5:00pm EST) To nominate or vote at the AGM you need to be a member*. Some additional rules apply...

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Magnetism and Quantum Computing

Magnetism and Quantum Computing

Magnetism, called orbital ferromagnetism, could prove useful for certain applications, such as quantum computing say Stanford researchers. "Sometimes the best discoveries happen when scientists least expect it. While trying to replicate another team's finding,...

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Artificial Graphene Throat Sounds Work

Artificial Graphene Throat Sounds Work

Researchers have developed a skin-like artificial graphene throat can be applied to the neck like a temporary tattoo. The wearable artificial graphene throat, abbreviated as “WAGT” can be used to generate sound. "Most people take speech for granted, but it’s actually...

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3D Printed Graphene Concrete Admixture

3D Printed Graphene Concrete Admixture

3D Printed Graphene shows strong potential as a high-performance concrete admixture. A memorandum of understanding sets the stage for GrapheneCA, a commercial scale producer of its namesake compound, to design an extruder and mixing system embedded into the 3D...

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Puregraph Graphene Powder Ships

Puregraph Graphene Powder Ships

Puregraph graphene powder from Australian company (FGR) is now being exported to Europe. First Graphene (ASX:FGR) has shipped its PureGRAPH range of graphene powder products to customers in Australia and Europe.   The sales come shortly after the company received...

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