Conference 2018 – was held on Oct 8th.
Download Graphene+ conference presentations over here. Thanks to everyone who attended and to speakers, sponsors and members who made it a great success.
Getting graphene out of the lab into everyday use
Become a member of the Australian Graphene Industry association – corporates, universities, individuals and students – welcome
Join us and help with creating an ecosystem linking businesses, researchers, government and others, whom all have a role to play in getting graphene into industry in a safe and productive way.
For corporates and businesses. $440 incl. GST for 1st year (normally $660 including GST)
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
Chris Gilbey OAM, chair of the Australian Graphene Industry Association and CEO of Imagine Intelligent Materials, shares his experiences from participating in a series of global start-up incubator programs this year. Your work has taken you all over the world to...
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Quantum tech relates to the development of a quantum electronic device (QED) for storing and processing quantum bits (qubits) — the fundamental components of a quantum computer. That’s where Archer comes in, as the QED requires graphene; available in the inventory of...