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Zentek announces opening of its industrial scale ZenGUARD production facility

Zentek has announced that it will be opening its industrial scale ZenGUARD™ antimicrobial production facility in Guelph, Ontario on June 17th, 2022. This facility is claimed by Zentek to be one of the largest nanomaterials-based manufacturing facilities in the...

Zentek’s rapid diagnostic platform receives two NSERC grants

Zentek has announced that McMaster University has received two Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (“NSERC”) Grants related to the aptamer-based rapid detection technology exclusively licensed by Zentek, pursuant to its license agreement with McMaster:...

Zentek to work with EkoMed on graphene-enhanced PPE

Zentek has announced it has signed a definitive supply agreement with EkoMed Global, a globally integrated manufacturer and distributor of personal protective equipment (“PPE”), according to which Zentek will sell quantities of its proprietary ZenGUARD™ coating to...

Zentek announces the development of graphene-wrapped silicon anodes

Zentek has announced the patent-pending development of a graphene-wrapped silicon anode material, developed along with Prof. Michael Pope, an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Waterloo, and in collaboration Dr. Marianna...

Zentek announces USD$15,900,000 Bought Deal Public Offering and USD$9.9 Million Non-Brokered Private Placement

Zentek (formerly called Zen Graphene Solutions) has announced that it has entered into an agreement to raise CAD$20 million (around USD$15,928,000). In addition, the Company intends to complete a concurrent non-brokered private placement for gross proceeds of...
Graphene oxide could improve aircraft fuel

Graphene oxide could improve aircraft fuel

A team of researchers at UBC Okanagan (UBCO), studying the burning rate of nanomaterials in liquid fuels, believe they have created a recipe for clean-burning, power-boosting aircraft fuel. A droplet of fuel mixed with nanomaterials is ignited during an experiment in...