Project P-600 will research the properties of nanocarbon contained matter (graphene) as a working material for 3D printing. The project will be a partnership between AGIN, Science and Production Establishment "Renewable Energy Sources and Sustainable Technologies" ("RESST") National Science Center "KIPT"
The scientific team will consist of 10 scientists (5 PhD's; 4 former weapons scientists and 1 PhD student). The expertise of the team will include the fields of nanotechnology, 3D printing, solid state physics, physical materials and thermal physics.
In the abstract received by the Company, "The perspective scope of research, as we think, is thin films and extremely small-scale objects with nano and micro-meter dimensions. Thus, we plan to pay especially attention to the research with creating the graphene objects into nano and micro-meter typical size."
For more information visit the website at www.americangraphitetech.com
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