Australia-based Graphene Manufacturing Group (GMG), which became a public company earlier this month, has announced the execution of a research agreement with the University of Queensland’s Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (“AIBN”) for the development of graphene aluminum-ion batteries.
Under the agreement, GMG will manufacture commercial battery prototypes for watches, phones, laptops, electric vehicles and grid storage with technology developed at the University of Queensland (“UQ”). GMG has also signed a license agreement with Uniquest, the University of Queensland’s commercialization company, which provides GMG exclusive license of the technology for battery cathodes.
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Graphene applications, Graphene batteries