Dr Gordon Chiu, Vice-President
Nov 20, 2013.
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Game changing method for producing a novel, nobel prize winning material.
Speaker Biography (Gordon Chiu)
Dr. Gordon Chiu is Vice President and Co-founder of Grafoid Inc., a collaborative venture backed with a significant graphite entity named Focus Graphite Inc., whose mission is to invest, develop, patent and secure the global rights for specific graphene technologies. Described as an "execution-driven businessman," Dr. Chiu has combined domestic and international experience in the chemical, technology, medical, and related industries. Fundamentally, Dr. Chiu is engaged in the discovery and research of graphene applications.
Dr. Chiu holds a B.S. degree summa cum laude in chemistry from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and graduated with an M.S. degree in chemistry from Seton Hall University with honors. He is a former research scientist at Pfizer and Merck & Co.and has strong links to Wall Street and Asia. .Dr. Chiu is globally distinguished by his acceptance as an MD/PhD candidate under the National Institutes of Health's Medical Scientist Training Program at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He jointly combined his cumulative training with an ND degree in naturopathic medicine from the University of Bridgeport.
Company Profile (Grafoid)
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Grafoid Inc. is Canada's leading developer of diverse graphene applications. We create markets for our graphene investments and provide technical advisory and consulting services to manufacturers, suppliers and processors of graphene materials.
Our purpose is to enable discoveries of new end-uses and applications for partners looking to co-develop unique applications.
Ultimately, we aim to promote a global standard for economically scalable, affordable graphene. Quality, cost, safety and production are some of the criteria we apply against our investment selection and in our co-developer search activities.