South Australia’s Graphene Research Hub was launched this week with A$5.6 million of federal government and industry-partner funding, with the aim of supporting commercialisation of cutting-edge graphene research.
“Graphene … has the potential for new disruptive technology that will change our lives and create new industries, the same as silicon did 60 years ago,” director of the ARC Research Hub for Graphene Enabled Industry Transformation, professor Dusan Losic said this week.
The hub is based at the University of Adelaide’s School of Chemical Engineering.
“The aim is that our research will transform industry and support Australian businesses to embrace cutting-edge innovation and technologies that deliver high-value returns and build new industries.
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Source: Mining Journal