While investors pick winners in the lithium and nickel sectors, another ASX-listed company is positioning itself to benefit from the coming growth in the next wonder material.
Western Australia-based First Graphene Ltd plans to be at the centre of evolving demand for graphene.
The media tends to depict bullet-proof armor as something that’s thick and heavier than regular clothes. Despite being for bodily protection, the added bulk of that armor might restrict a person’s movements. But scientists at the City University of New York’s Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC) have found that diamond-hard armor doesn’t need to be thick. The key to less-bulky protection is graphene, a tightly-packed layer of bonded carbon atoms one million times thinner than a piece of paper.