Samsung, (KOSPI: 005930) the world’s biggest smartphone maker, is to unveil its latest incarnation of the Galaxy on May 3rd at a launch in London. The press invites, with the tagline, “Come and meet the next Galaxy,” do not confirm the actual name of the phone but speculation abounds that the latest generation of smartphone will be the…
March 13, 2012 (Source: Marketwire) — St-Georges Platinum and Base Metals Ltd. (CNSX:SX)(OTCQX:SXOOF)(BSE:85G) is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Focus Metals Inc. (TSX VENTURE:FMS)(OTCQX:FCSMF)(FRANKFURT:FKC) with regard to the graphite resource viability of two of St-Georges’ Quebec properties.
Under the terms of the three-month agreement, Focus Metals will research and evaluate the potential of St-Georges’ Tétépisca graphite property and assist St-Georges geological staff in evaluating the potential of multiple graphite occurrences found on the southeast extension of the company’s Julie nickel-copper project.
It may sound like the Canadian graphene research and production company has turned to religion but the latest pronouncement from Dr Gordon Chiu, Vice president and co-founder of Grafoid, is something much more applicable to the modern age of nanoscience than to any mystical teaching.
Haydale, a wholly owned subsidiary of British company Innovative Carbon Limited, today announces that they have reached a collaboration agreement with leading German Plasma reactor manufacturer, Diener electronic GmbH & Co (Diener). The unique Split-Plasma reactor will be built jointly under the arrangement that will allow both partners to market the machine as part of the commercialisation of the Haydale Split-Plasma nano materials to be sold under the brand HDPlas™ (www.hdplas.com ).
The major players in this industry have gathered at the Graphene 2012 Graphene Flagship International Conference in Brussels this week. Haydale, based in South Wales, is exhibiting its collaboratively produced prototype range of Graphene enabled materials and intermediate components.