The Canadian company said that, thanks to the grant, it may be able to provide innovative cement-based composite products to Ontario by 2020.
Graphene Mining News
Researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology succeeded in creating light-emitting diodes, or LEDs, on a graphene surface.
The miner is collaborating with the Constance Lake First Nation to incorporate traditional knowledge into the assessments.
Scientists took what they call a "first step" toward creating ultrasensitive biosensors to detect the disorders that cause affections such as Alzheimer's disease.
ZEN Graphene Solutions and UBC-O join forces in innovative project.
Sixty-five engineers from 15 countries came up with ideas.
Changes to Brazil’s 50-year-old mining regulations also came in effect Wednesday and include measures that make the country’s industry more competitive and sustainable.
Albuquerque, 60, will tackle offshore oil licensing rounds and planned energy privatizations.
Jair Bolsonaro is on the cusp of winning Brazil’s presidency, leading the latest polls by double digits, and the mining community is salivating.
The mining community is salivating.
Arizona based Urbix Resources has produced the first economically viable graphene-enhanced lightweight concrete.
Zenyatta and the Constance Lake First Nations join forces.
Company wants to make sure the mine is in production when the demand and price of graphite takes off, as predicted.
Only in the US, corrosion costs the oil and gas industry $1.4 billion a year.
The next big thing for batteries may have fizzled out years ago.
Ames Lab scientists are working towards mastering graphene's assembly in combination with other materials.
Australia’s Dotz Nano has found a new use for coal that could be a welcome boost to the dying industry, particularly in the US.
Everybody seems to love Graphene, the one-atom-thick sheets of carbon that aren't just super flexible, harder than diamond, and stronger than steel, but are also able to conduct electricity better than copper.
The world is well-versed in the power of disruptive technologies, but what about disruptive metals?
Over-hyped or game-changer? How the differing views on graphene could result in lack of integration with flake graphite mining
Finding could result in exceptionally pristine samples, which are ideal to produce ultrafast electronics and advanced optics.
Even minute quantities add up at $1,500 an ounce.
The lightning-fast material stands a chance of becoming the next best thing in processors.
Carbyne is also around twice as stiff as the stiffest known materials.