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"We're not trying to do bendy televisions; we're not trying to do transparent, electric flying aeroplanes"

Mark Thompson, head of graphite – and graphene – producer (though still officially an explorer/developer) Talga Resources, gave an impressive talk at this week’s Low Emission and Technology Minerals Conference in Perth, Western Australia.

"We're not trying to do bendy televisions; we're not trying to do transparent, electric flying aeroplanes" "We're not trying to do bendy televisions; we're not trying to do transparent, electric flying aeroplanes" "We're not trying to do bendy televisions; we're not trying to do transparent, electric flying aeroplanes" "We're not trying to do bendy televisions; we're not trying to do transparent, electric flying aeroplanes" "We're not trying to do bendy televisions; we're not trying to do transparent, electric flying aeroplanes"

Message in the bottles ... Talga graphite and graphene have endless high and low-tech applications

He said the market for graphite products the company aimed to produce from deposits in Sweden, and refine via process and manufacturing hubs in Germany and the UK, went way beyond battery anodes for

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