University of Adelaide

University of Adelaide

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The University of Adelaide located in South Australia and is one of the Australia's leading teaching and research universities. The University is the head of ARC Research Hub for Graphene Enabled Industry Transformation, which is the first integrative initiative between Universities and Industry for translation of graphene research. The University Graphene research team is working with First Graphene Limited (ASX:FGR formerly First Graphite Ltd) on several exciting developments on graphene production, and the development graphene products such as graphene fire retardants, graphene polymer composites, protective coatings and construction materials.
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2019
1 Apr 2019

First Graphene

First Graphene Ltd is an Australian public company.
2018
25 Jul 2018

World's fastest charging battery

The University of Adelaide's newest Ramsay Fellow, Dr James Quach, will harness the unique properties of quantum mechanics with the aim of building the world's first quantum battery, a new super battery with the potential for instantaneous charging.
1 Mar 2018

Clever coating opens door to smart windows

Researchers have developed a new ultra-thin coating that responds to heat and cold, opening the door to "smart windows".
2017
15 Nov 2017

New Generation Of Fire Protective Coatings Using Graphene

University of Adelaide, Australia
25 Oct 2017

Spotlight on First Graphite

First Graphite has clearly demonstrated it is now one of the lowest cost, highest quality, jumbo platelet size graphene producers in the world with feedstock carbon grades four times higher than the nearest competitor.
25 Jul 2017

Will this Aussie robot be Amazon's pick of the bunch?

CartMan the logistics robot will pit its item-picking skills against 15 other international robots in the third annual Amazon Robotics Challenge.
3 May 2017

AI start-up set to disrupt the fertility sector

With infertility growing globally, the industry is turning to smart ways to improve outcomes of assisted reproduction like IVF.
2015
19 Jun 2015

New plastic materials for efficient, low-cost, flexible solar energy

Researchers are studying energy loss at the molecular level of new 'plastic' materials as a step towards the development of highly efficient, low-cost and flexible solar energy cells.
2012
7 Sep 2012

$18.5 million grant to develop self-powered health devices

Penn State, North Carolina State University, the University of Virginia and Florida International University will collaborate on a national nanotechnology research effort to create self-powered devices to help people monitor their health and understand how the surrounding environment affects it.