Talga and Friedrich Schiller University Jena to cooperate in graphene ink development

Talga Resources logoThe Australian Talga Resources announced a graphene research and development program with Friedrich Schiller University Jena, a renowned German materials research organization.

The program has an initial six month duration and will focus on using Talga's graphene to develop superior conductive ink development with potential applications in printable, flexible electronics and other applications (possibly including batteries).

Talga was also recently involved in supplying graphene to MicroDrop Technologies, for nano and 3D printing applications.

Posted: Dec 17,2014 by Roni Peleg