Sparc Technologies Limited (ASX:SPN) is a South Australian-based company that is focussing on the development of innovative technology solutions using the unique properties of graphene.
Graphene, which can be extracted from graphite, is a two-dimensional nanomaterial made of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal pattern which gives it unique and powerful properties that, with the right technology, can be imparted on products to improve performance.
Sparc Technologies has licensed graphene-based technologies from the University of Adelaide, a leading institution in the field of graphene research, and will focus on commercializing graphene-based technologies for large industrial markets for marine and protective coatings and environmental remediation.
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