Graphene-Based Materials Conference To Examine Smart Geotextiles

Graphene-Based Materials Conference To Examine Smart Geotextiles - Featured Graphene Smart Textile
Photo of bidim geotextile installation from Geofabrics Australasia. The company has produced the world’s first graphene-based geotextile, in consultation with Imagine IM.

Imagine IM opened Australia’s first commercial-scale manufacturing plant in 2016. The company, working with Geofabrics Australasia, has helped developed the world’s first graphene-enhanced geotextile. A graphene-based materials conference, dedicated to smart technologies, will be held August 17 at Swinburne University (Australia) and explore manufacturing opportunities.

What has been learned in the geosynthetics field will provide participants an exemplary story.

The conference is connected to the larger Graphene Supply Chain CRC-P initiative, of which Imagine Intelligent Materials is the lead industry partner with Swinburne University. The research centre will be officially opened on August 17 in conjunction with the graphene-based materials conference.

 

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Sourcegeosynthetica.net

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