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GMG's Graphene Aluminium-Ion Battery Update: Minimal Temperature Rise Identified While Fast Charging

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Wednesday, February 14, 2024

The Company is pleased to announce that it has identified minimal temperature rise when charging and discharging GMG's Graphene Aluminium-Ion Battery.

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  • The Company is pleased to announce that it has identified minimal temperature rise when charging and discharging GMG's Graphene Aluminium-Ion Battery.
  • By comparison, GMG's Graphene Aluminium-Ion Battery temperature is 29 degrees Celsius when it is discharged at even higher current density (20 C-rate - approximately 2.0 A/g on the cathode active mass).
  • The battery technology readiness level ("BTRL") of the Graphene Aluminium-Ion technology remains at Level 4 (see Figure 4).
  • Figure 4: Graphene Aluminium Ion Battery Comparative Performance Data (for coin cells)To view an enhanced version of this graphic, please visit:https://images.newsfilecorp.com/files/8082/197885_6af50fb874a9984b_006fu...

GMG's Graphene Aluminium-Ion Battery: 1000 mAh Capacity Reached and Next Steps Toward Commercialisation

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Tuesday, February 6, 2024

Notably, this update includes information about GMG's G+AI Battery regarding:

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  • Notably, this update includes information about GMG's G+AI Battery regarding:
    The Company is pleased to announce it has now produced multiple battery pouch cells with over 1000 mAh (1 Ah) capacity, as seen in Figure 1.
  • In a recent build to confirm repeatability, the Company's development team has built and confirmed multiple cells, all testing greater than 1Ah (1000mAh).
  • To view an enhanced version of this graphic, please visit:https://images.newsfilecorp.com/files/8082/196983_dda901c7a4d06811_001fu...
    Please see charging and discharging curve typical of the GMG's Graphene Aluminium-Ion Battery 1000 mAh cell in Figure 2 showing a nominal voltage of 1.7 volts.
  • Oct 2022 - Significant battery performance, cell and graphene production improvements
    Feb 2023 - Australian Government Approval (AICIS) for production and sale of batteries.

GMG Achieves Initial 500 mAh Graphene Aluminium-Ion Battery Prototype in Pouch Cell Format & Provides Next Steps Toward Commercialisation

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Monday, September 11, 2023

The Company has now made initial G+AI Battery prototype pouch cells (see Figure 1), which have a storage capacity of over 500 mAh, with a nominal voltage of ~ 2 volts.

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  • The Company has now made initial G+AI Battery prototype pouch cells (see Figure 1), which have a storage capacity of over 500 mAh, with a nominal voltage of ~ 2 volts.
  • The next step for the Company is to optimise the assembly techniques of the pouch cell prototypes.
  • This is to achieve repeatable storage capacity of over 500 mAh cells in order to conduct a variety of standard testing conditions for comparative purposes.
  • Performance results for the pouch cells could be significantly different and will be communicated upon successfully producing a 1000 mAh+ battery pouch cell, and testing has been completed.

GMG Announces Independently Verified Heat Transfer and Energy Savings Results from THERMAL-XR(R)

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Thursday, June 1, 2023

BRISBANE, AUS, June 1, 2023 - (ACN Newswire) - Graphene Manufacturing Group Ltd. (TSXV: GMG) ("GMG" or the "Company") is pleased to release further results of Energy Savings Tests on a 4.3kw refrigeration system and Heat Transfer demonstrations on Aluminium and Copper.

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  • BRISBANE, AUS, June 1, 2023 - (ACN Newswire) - Graphene Manufacturing Group Ltd. (TSXV: GMG) ("GMG" or the "Company") is pleased to release further results of Energy Savings Tests on a 4.3kw refrigeration system and Heat Transfer demonstrations on Aluminium and Copper.
  • As seen in Table 1 the THERMAL-XR(R) coated coil resulted in 15.7% Energy Savings and a 16.1% time savings for the Pull Down test.
  • The lower amount of energy required by the THERMAL-XR(R) coated unit, under the same conditions, highlights the energy savings.
  • It also helps put into context those GMG projects where results on old equipment have achieved even higher energy savings."

GMG Announces Independently Verified Heat Transfer and Energy Savings Results from THERMAL-XR(R)

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Thursday, June 1, 2023

Craig Nicol, GMG's CEO summarised as follows "The Energy Savings results of THERMAL-XR® in an independent, third party, ISO-accredited testing laboratory with two testing methodologies is very exciting.

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  • Craig Nicol, GMG's CEO summarised as follows "The Energy Savings results of THERMAL-XR® in an independent, third party, ISO-accredited testing laboratory with two testing methodologies is very exciting.
  • The graphene-enhanced heat transfer properties of THERMAL-XR® have demonstrated that the performance of a new coil can be enhanced.
  • It also helps put into context those GMG projects where results on old equipment have achieved even higher energy savings."
  • As part of this demonstration programme, GMG has commissioned the University of Queensland Materials Performance Consultancy to verify a number of heat transfer demonstrations.

Vicebio launched by medicxi to advance the Molecular Clamp technology and develop next generation RSV vaccine

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Thursday, July 21, 2022

Vicebio is advancing its proprietary, second-generation Molecular Clamp technology capable of stabilising viral glycoproteins in "prefusion" conformation, to deliver highly protective and ready-to-use fully liquid vaccines.

Key Points: 
  • Vicebio is advancing its proprietary, second-generation Molecular Clamp technology capable of stabilising viral glycoproteins in "prefusion" conformation, to deliver highly protective and ready-to-use fully liquid vaccines.
  • The Molecular Clamp technology is a patented protein tag that effectively stabilises a wide range of complex viral proteins.
  • It has been applied to generate vaccine candidates for several viruses including SARS-CoV-2, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), metapneumovirus and influenza.
  • In the future, Vicebio will apply the Molecular Clamp technology to develop multivalent formulations targeting several respiratory viruses into ready-to-use single shot vaccines.

Vicebio launched by medicxi to advance the Molecular Clamp technology and develop next generation RSV vaccine

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Thursday, July 21, 2022

Vicebio is advancing its proprietary, second-generation Molecular Clamp technology capable of stabilising viral glycoproteins in "prefusion" conformation, to deliver highly protective and ready-to-use fully liquid vaccines.

Key Points: 
  • Vicebio is advancing its proprietary, second-generation Molecular Clamp technology capable of stabilising viral glycoproteins in "prefusion" conformation, to deliver highly protective and ready-to-use fully liquid vaccines.
  • The Molecular Clamp technology is a patented protein tag that effectively stabilises a wide range of complex viral proteins.
  • It has been applied to generate vaccine candidates for several viruses including SARS-CoV-2, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), metapneumovirus and influenza.
  • In the future, Vicebio will apply the Molecular Clamp technology to develop multivalent formulations targeting several respiratory viruses into ready-to-use single shot vaccines.