Top 10 Quantum Dot companies [one to five]

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New Materials News today announced the list of companies that were ranked 1 to 5 in its list of the Top 10 Quantum Dot companies. The firms that were listed were Nanoco, Nanosys, Quantum Materials, Samsung, QD Vision. Source: New Materials News

Today we are delighted to publish the companies that have ranked 1 to 5 in the New Materials News’ list of the top 10 companies operating in the quantum dot sector. The companies listed were Nanoco, Nanosys, Quantum Materials, Samsung and QD Vision. [Read more…]

Focus Graphite faces $450k legal claim from its former President and current CEO of Alabama Graphite

Focus Graphite is a Canadian junior explorer and owner of the 16% carbon grade Lac Knife crystalline flake graphite deposit located in Quebec. Photo: Focus Graphite

Focus Graphite is a Canadian junior explorer and owner of the 16% carbon grade Lac Knife crystalline flake graphite deposit located in Quebec. Photo: Focus Graphite

Focus Graphite announced on Wednesday that its former President and COO, Don Baxter, has filed a $450,000 claim against the company for wrongful dismissal. Baxter is currently CEO of Alabama Graphite. [Read more…]

Mason’s feasibility study of Quebec graphite site predicts it will generate $76m annually

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Mason Graphite’s wholly owned Lac Guéret property is located in northeastern Quebec, about 300 km north of the main service centre of Baie-Comeau and about 660 km from Montreal. Photo: Flickr

Mason Graphite announced on Friday that a feasibility study of its Lac Guéret graphite site predicts the site will produce 51,900 tonnes of graphite and generate $76 million worth of revenues annually. [Read more…]

Academic round-up: testing the world’s first graphene drone and developing military armour from graphene

Researchers have developed military armour from graphene, scientists have created safe azo dyes with graphene quantum dots, a team have completed the world’s first graphene drone test flight, professors from the University of Pennsylvania have received $4m of funding for researching 2D-materials and a team has improved quantum dot solar cells with layers of oxide. [Read more…]