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Angstron Materials to Deliver Technical Presentation at Korea Graphene Industry Workshop

16 October 2012

Angstron Materialswill demonstrate the capability of its nano graphene platelets for commercial applications of graphene-based material at the 3rd Korea Graphene Industry Workshop on November 6, 2012, at Johnson Hall, Korea Institute of Science and Technology in Seoul, South Korea.

Dr. Bor Jang, co-owner of Angstron and holder of 42 graphene-based IP publications, will present Industrial Production of Graphene: Challenges and Opportunities. The workshop will highlight advances in nanotube materials such as forests, ribbons, sheets, thread, and yarn for applications including aerospace, bioengineering, electronics, energy and power, renewable energies, as well as several other industries.

Angstron specialises in helping companies engineer graphene solutions with mechanical, electrical and conductive performance advantages. The advanced materials company partners with customers throughout the commercialisation process from initial screening to market launch. Hosted by Energy Economics News, Dongjin Semichem, the Ministry of Knowledge and Economy and KIST, the Workshop draws leaders from universities, research institutes and industries to discuss graphene-based applications and strategies for commercialisation.






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