GMG is proud to become a member of the Thermal and Fluid Sciences Affiliates Program at Stanford University to further progress understanding of the thermal transfer properties of its Graphene and its applications. Stanford University’s Thermal & Fluid Sciences Affiliates Program (TFSA) is the industrial liaison program of the Flow Physics and Computational Engineering Group and Thermosciences Group of the Mechanical Engineering Department.
The program was started over 45 years ago to establish and maintain close ties between the Stanford faculty and engineers in industry. The program serves as a two-way conduit of recent research findings and industrial problems which motivate new research.
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GMG is a clean-technology company that seeks to offer energy saving and energy storage solutions, enabled by graphene, including that manufactured in-house via a proprietary production process.
GMG has developed a proprietary production process to decompose natural gas (i.e. methane) into its elements, carbon (as graphene), hydrogen and some residual hydrocarbon gases. This process produces high quality, low cost, scalable, ‘tuneable’ and low/no contaminant graphene suitable for use in clean-technology and other applications. The Company’s present focus is to de-risk and develop commercial scale-up capabilities, and secure market applications.
In the energy savings segment, GMG has focused on graphene enhanced heating, ventilation and air conditioning (“HVAC-R”) coating (or energy-saving paint), lubricants and fluids. In the energy storage segment, GMG and the University of Queensland are working collaboratively with financial support from the Australian Government to progress R&D and commercialization of graphene aluminium-ion batteries (“G+AI Batteries”).