Getting graphene out of the lab into everyday use
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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
Battery breakthrough for Australian company - Talga. Their graphene silicon battery anode product, called Talnode-Si, increases the amount of energy a lithium-ion battery can store by around 70% compared to graphite-only anodes. "Talga Resources has developed a...
Carbon fibre composites can be made smart by using graphene. Dr Nishar Hameed has been working at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne for two years on such projects. "Carbon fibre composites have been frequently used in the aerospace sector, primarily due...
Melbourne company, SupraG Energy are working on the future of energy storage. They use graphene to develop a new generation of energy storage devices called super-capacitors. Super-capacitors are already being used so this story is in the vein of inventing a better...