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All the latest updates on Ionic's presentations, research and planning.

New Patent Breakthrough and Directors’ Interests

We now have a process for economically mass-producing our micro supercapacitors and our Directors and key personnel have taken direct stakes in the company. Patent Update Since we published the astounding results on our graphene micro planar supercapacitors 2 years ago, we have been working toward developing a device that not only demonstrates similar performance […]

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Ionic August Update

Its been a busy period with some good media exposure, conference participation, important research progress and working through the tax office processes for our investors’ taxation benefits. August has been a busy period on a number of fronts for Ionic. Following our highly successful rights issue, we have been busy negotiating with the Australian Taxation […]

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Graphene Energy Storage for the Internet of Things

On Thursday last week (17 August), Ionic Industries Managing Director, Simon Savage addressed the “Internet of Smart Materials” Conference. The conference was a wonderful success and represents the type of collaboration and sharing of ideas that will be critical in driving the transformation of the Australian economy into a technology-enabled, knowledge economy. The presentation materials […]

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Ionic in The Australian

Some great coverage of Ionic in The Australian today…  http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/technology/ionic-pins-hopes-on-alternative-to-lithiumion-batteries THE AUSTRALIAN Ionic pins hopes on alternative to lithium-ion batteries The race to build smaller batteries continues The push for a better battery is continuing in Melbourne, with unlisted technology company Ionic Industries working on a way to commercially produce graphene supercapacitors as a safer, […]

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The Graphene Age!

This is not about Ionic, but a great explanation of why our work is so important… “I just want to say one word to you. Are you listening? Graphene.”  It really has the potential to change the world and Ionic is part of the vanguard. http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/opinion/commentary/sd-graphene-vast-potential-change-world-20170628-story.html

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Australian-born graphene solutions for the world’s greatest challenges

Energy and water shortages are two of the greatest challenges facing the world today.  They are also likely to remain enormous challenges into the future as the global population grows and the rapid industrialisation of developing economies continues.  Solutions to both challenges may be found with applications of graphene: the world’s newest wonder material.  Ionic […]

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