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Partnership to Advance Nanomaterials and Quantum Dot Technologies 

Jan 03 2023

Graphene and graphite producer Graphjet Technology Sdn Bhd has announced a new partnership with UK headquartered Quantum Science Ltd that will enhance both companies’ innovation pipelines. 

Graphjet’s memorandum of agreement with Quantum Science will see the companies explore the technical and commercial opportunities of working together. 

Plans are already underway for the two parties to create a flagship new materials platform, with work due to start as soon as the agreement is finalised in early 2023. 

The companies will co-develop a range of new products that accelerate technological advances, with the aim of bringing new growth opportunities and improving the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the world. 

Patrick Teh, Director UK and Europe at Graphjet, said that the collaboration with Quantum Science will “combine the strength and wisdom from both companies,” adding that “the perfect property synergy of graphene and QDs can make a revolution.”

The memorandum of agreement will see Quantum Science share its expertise with Graphjet to advance both companies’ technology offerings to their customers. 

Kuala Lumpur-based Graphjet transforms waste palm kernel shells into high-demand graphene materials for a range of technical industries. 

Aiden Lee, CEO of Graphjet, said: “We are excited to team up with Quantum Science, a world leading QD innovator and developer, to advance our graphene products development and offerings. It will enable our ever-increasing customer base to access to the most advanced materials platform at unparalleled cost advantages, introducing new features and bringing significant value to their businesses. We are pleased to continue our rapid forward progress as a sustainably sourced provider of graphite and graphene at a price that can be 80% less than competitors in a market using carbon-intensive production means resulting in lesser quality materials.” 

Dr Hao Pang, CEO of Quantum Science, commented: “We are delighted to partner with GTI, a world-leading graphite and graphene producer, to advance our innovation and product offerings to our customers. Both QD and graphene materials have great potential synergies and offer unparalleled technical advantages for a wide range of applications, that can only benefit our customers, end-users and stakeholders alike.” 

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