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The 3K battery (I made that bit up) from Melb uni...

Phones that never run out of battery, electric cars that do not need charging stations and whole buildings that self-power.

It sounds like the stuff of science fiction, but the groundbreaking work of a group of researchers at a Melbourne university could see it become reality.

Researchers at RMIT University have developed an electrode which they say can boost the capacity of solar storage by 3,000 per cent.

The graphene-based device is flexible and can be attached to solar cells, meaning that we are one step closer to mobile phones and laptops that are powered by the Sun and never run out.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/20...d-mean-never-having-to-charge-you_a_22043662/
 
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A client of mine had invented a technology that can both collect and store solar energy.

They needed a lousy 5 mil to get the project up to IPO stage... They couldn't find anybody to stump up the relative pittance, so the project was gleefilly embraced by a UK govt entity.

It could have been huge for Oz, but now the UK gets it and I lose a good client.
 
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A client of mine had invented a technology that can both collect and store solar energy.

They needed a lousy 5 mil to get the project up to IPO stage... They couldn't find anybody to stump up the relative pittance, so the project was gleefilly embraced by a UK govt entity.

It could have been huge for Oz, but now the UK gets it and I lose a good client.

Very sad, and very stupid from the don't care country. :(
 
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This one is a new type of infinitely variable transmission which appeared on the New Inventors and is now in testing phase.

If successful it could be in the majority of vehicles in the future, or at least I.C.E. ones.



If they go public it could be a good investment.

This is their website.

http://vrtinnovations.com/


https://www.ventureradar.com/organi... Pty Ltd/d6eb7035-f211-4c23-ab73-99e11a5ca033
http://vrtinnovations.com/
which leads to:
https://insolvencynotices.asic.gov....42523242/f0a2a010-a92e-49bf-87e4-cfbd8cf0b125
 
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