The executive committee of the Fondation Lucien-Piché is proud to announce the renewal of the bronze sponsorship from NanoXplore. We would like to acknowledge them for their generous contribution and for supporting the training of the next generation of highly qualified chemists in the province of Quebec.
NanoXplore is a graphene company, a manufacturer and supplier of high volume graphene powder for use in industrial markets. NanoXplore also makes standard and custom thermoplastic products for many customers in transportation, packaging, electronics and other industrial sectors. Our core technology is a unique, low-cost manufacturing process which produces industrial volumes of high quality graphene from graphite flake, using an efficient and environmentally friendly method. Established in 2011, the company’s headquarters and graphene production facility are in Montreal, Quebec and its plastic production facilities are on Montreal’s South Shore and in Vallorbe, Switzerland.
NanoXplore has the largest graphene powder production plant in Canada with a capacity of 25 tonnes/year, collocated with a unique 400 tonnes/year compounding facility that produces graphene-enhanced plastic masterbatch pellets. A key application focus is graphene-plastic parts for next generation vehicles, providing stronger, lighter and less expensive parts to improve range and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Our plastics also enable metal replacement by dissipating heat and shielding against electric interference.
NanoXplore brings together a team of seasoned business leaders, scientists and engineers with carbon chemistry expertise and the industry experience required to develop innovative customer solutions.
For more information, please visit www.nanoxplore.ca.
About the Fondation Lucien-Piché:
The Fondation Lucien-Piché is a charitable non-profit registered organization which supports outstanding students in chemistry across the province of Quebec. Every year, the Foundation awards scholarships to the best finishing students enrolled in undergraduate chemistry programs. Since its creation in 1987, the Foundation awarded more than 120 scholarships for a total of more than 100,000$.