Tag: Australian Stock Exchange
Raiden Resources Limited (ASX: RDN) (“Raiden” or “the Company”) is pleased to advise that highly experienced Director & geologist, Mr Dale Ginn has joined the board of Raiden as a Non-Executive Director, following completion of the acquisition.
First Graphene Limited (ASX:FGR; “First Graphene” or “the Company”) is pleased to provide results from a collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) on the use of metal oxide coated PureGRAPH® materials as catalysts in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells (PEM-FC).
HIGHLIGHTS Significant gold and silver results from rock-channel sampling at Vuzel project, Bulgaria. Historically defined high grade gold zones were field checked and rock-chip sampled. Significant...
With the global push to research and develop clean energy technologies, several companies related to the transportation needs of tomorrow -- ranging from electric vehicle manufacturers to battery storage facilities -- have seen their market valuation jump substantially higher. However, one major factor that impedes mass-scale adoption of cleaner alternatives is cost.
HIGHLIGHTS Field programs have commenced at Raiden's Mt Sholl (100% RDN) and Boodalyerrie (100% RDN) properties in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Mt Sholl Located 10...
First Graphene Limited (ASX:FGR; “First Graphene” or “the Company”) is pleased to advise on positive progress regarding the Company’s collaborative project with world-leading researchers at the University of Warwick on the use of graphene in thermoplastic systems.
Specializing in research and development of graphene -- a wonder material known for its small size (consisting of a two-dimensional layer of atoms) and incredible strength -- First Graphene is also a force multiplier. This attribute was in full effect when the company announced a one-step process that converts petroleum feedstock (raw materials) to graphite and graphene materials.
Net shipments into China via the Shanghai Diamond Exchange (SDE) grew 393% year on year to $722 million during the three months ending March 31, the institution reported Tuesday. Import volume jumped 394% to 699,500 carats.
This is one of several reasons why graphene has captured the imagination across the full spectrum of the applied sciences industry, from the experts running research and development to the individual investor seeking to capitalize and profit from the next technological innovation. A carbon allotrope consisting of a single atom layer arranged in a two-dimensional honeycomb lattice, graphene is simultaneously lightweight, resilient and incredibly strong.
It was the first time since De Beers was able to take measures against freefalling prices earlier in the year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Heading into that sale, rough-diamond buyers were bulking up on inventory to advantage the critical sales period between Thanksgiving to the Chinese New Year. Still, some questioned whether demand would continue supporting diamond prices beyond the holiday season.