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Jan 04, 2017

Saint Jean Carbon logoSaint Jean Carbon, a carbon science company engaged in the design and development of carbon materials and their applications, recently received (along with Western University) a grant from the The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) towards the development of graphene-based systems with special magnetic properties.

The $100,000 grant will be used to cover the cost of the lab work, testing, material creation and all research associated costs. The company stated that it aims to use the funds to get beyond the lab and into working prototypes, scaled models and future commercial production. In addition, SJC hopes that "the results will play a big role in the medical field as well in energy storage for electric cars and green energy creation".In October 2016, SJC announced the development of hybrid graphene sheets with superconductivity as part of this ongoing development collaboration between Saint Jean and University of Western Ontario.



Source: 
Graphene Investment Guide