Saint Jean Carbon, a publicly traded junior mining exploration company, has announced that it has secured a research grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Counsel of Canada (NSERC).

The grant covers the cost from the research and development work conducted at the University of Waterloo Applied Carbon Nanotechnologies Laboratory, where the company has been working on a number of projects, such as working towards creating superconducting room temperature graphene, using the patented sonicating method to better understand how to produce mass quantities of graphene and working toward building greater efficiencies in lithium battery grade materials.Source: benzinga

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