National University of Singapore to establish an academia-industrial consortium to facilitate commercialization of graphene

We recently caught up with Tricia Chong, Associate Director of National University of Singapore (NUS) Enterprise at Graphene Research Center (GRC) (see the June 16, 2013 LRMJ). She indicated the GRC plans to establish an academia-industrial consortium for graphene research in mid-April this year,...

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