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The Energy Store

In order to build new capability in battery technology in Australia concerted efforts across industry, academia and government are required to develop the next generation of leaders to work seamlessly across these sectors. As such, Boron Molecular is proud to …

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Next Generation Batteries

Over the last three years Boron Molecular has built up significant capability to manufacture high quality ionic liquids for the energy sector. We are delighted to be part of the recently announced $9.4m project “The CRC-P for Advanced Hybrid Batteries”. …

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ARC Industrial Training Centre for Chemical Industries

ATCI: Reinvesting in Boronic Acids

Boron Molecular is delighted to be an industry participant in the ARC Industrial Training Centre for the Chemical Industries (ATCI). In collaboration with the University of Melbourne, the goal of this training centres is to develop industry ready graduates. Founded …

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Getting new smarts

Most Australian manufacturers incorporate a high level of technology into the products they produce, plus in the processes they use to produce these products. And like it or not, this trend is only going to increase as industry becomes e …

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Floworks

New FlowWorks Facility now operational

CSIRO has launched its “FloWorks” Centre for Industrial Flow Chemistry today in Clayton, Victoria. FloWorks will provide cutting-edge research into flow chemistry capability, making it more accessible to the chemical manufacturing industry.

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CSIRO to improve flow of chemical manufacturing

CSIRO has launched its “FloWorks” Centre for Industrial Flow Chemistry today in Clayton, Victoria. FloWorks will provide cutting-edge research into flow chemistry capability, making it more accessible to the chemical manufacturing industry. Senior research scientist with CSIRO’s manufacturing sector and …

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