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May 12th, 2019

ZEN gets $1m grant for graphene-enhanced concrete project

Abstract:
Canada's ZEN Graphene Solutions (TSXV: ZEN) this week received a $1 million grant aimed at accelerating its graphene-enhanced concrete research and development project.

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