Lomiko Metals Inc. (V.LMR) Benefits from Graphene 3D Lab’s Acquisition

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – August 20, 2015) – LOMIKO METALS INC. (TSXV: LMR) (OTCQX: LMRMF) (FSE: DH8B) (the “Company”) is encouraged by the acquisition of Graphene Labs which has graphene patents and production assets which will provide additional revenue to Graphene 3D Lab. Lomiko owns 4,3960,970 shares of Graphene 3D Lab.

“New developments in graphene are increasing at a tremendous rate. Investors should be cautious in claims regarding new companies involved in graphene. Having a strategic partnership with and being a significant shareholder in Graphene 3D Lab, allows Lomiko a unique insight into this new industry”, stated A. Paul Gill, CEO.

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SAAB Group Researches Using Graphene to Camouflage Ships, Aircraft, and Military Uniforms

Graphene camouflage

Saab Group (OMX:SAAB B) is an aerospace and defense company based on Sweden. It is also the parent company of the SAAB automobile company. SAAB is a billion dollar giant, and just like aerospace company Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT), SAAB is actively researching how to apply graphene to its products and services. In this case, the company is researching how to use graphene for camouflage. News about defense and military companies researching applications of graphene is always very positive. Some of today’s most widely used technology was first embraced, developed, or even solely invented for military applications (e.g. aircraft, navigation systems, communication systems, pharmaceuticals, production methods, electronic computers). The SAAB group is now part of the list of graphene stocks and companies.

Here is what SAAB had to say about graphene and its research on cloaking:

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Graphene Could Be Used to Increase Performance in Next Generation Fuel- Efficient Cars

Scientists at the University of Manchester (where graphene was first synthesized in 2004) have published new research which indicates that graphene may enable the production of cleaner and more fuel-efficient cars. According to the researchers, heat generated by graphene can be converted into electricity. This could be applied throughout the automotive industry which is always seeking to improve performance and fuel efficiency. Tesla Motors could be an example of a company which may employs the use of graphene in its cars in the form of graphene batteries.

Heat that is generated by a car’s engine is usually wasted energy. New hybrid cars could instead utilize this heat to re-charge batteries and power auxiliary functions such as the air conditioning system. Graphene is perfect for this purpose as it is a thermoelectric material. This means that graphene can convert heat to electricity.  Graphene exceeds in performance compared to conventional thermoelectric materials which can face challenges such as the ability to dissipate heat and electrical conduction efficiency.

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Graphene Lighting PLC to List on Toronto Stock Exchange in Canada

Graphene Lighting PLC is aiming to become a world leader in the commercialization of graphene based light bulbs and illumination systems. The graphene bulb can be compared to the popular Light Emitting Diode (LED) which has taken the world by storm due to its low operating costs and brightness. A thin graphene coating further improves upon the strengths of the standard LED bulb. Specific benefits of graphene bulbs include longevity, minimal weight, low heat emitting, and aesthetics.

In its bid to further this technology, Graphene Lighting PLC is aiming to be listed on the Toronto stock exchange in Canada.  In order to accomplish this the British company has signed a letter of intent to participate in a reverse takeover with a Canadian capital corporation called Oriana Resources Corp.  (TSX: V.OUP.H). The reverse takeover entails a stock share exchange, resulting in Graphene Lighting becoming a subsidiary of Oriana Resources.

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10 Things You Should Know About Graphene

One important step any investor should take is to understand the product, service and industry of the company(s) you want to invest in. This may seem obvious, but you might be surprised at how many people get caught up in the financial “hard numbers” rather than taking in the nuances of the organizations environment.

If you want to buy stocks in an automotive company, you would want to stay on top of consumer trends, competition, emerging technology etc. In the case of graphene, this maybe a little more difficult as there is a lot of hard science and technical jargon to read and understand, not to mention the fast pace at which new developments emerge.

This list of 10 things you should know about graphene will give your graphene knowledge a little bump, or maybe just a refresh:

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