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Graphene specialists, Haydale Ltd will issue regular tweets as they become the latest technology company to join the social networking phenomenon.

Haydale Launch Twitter Feed

Ammanford, UK | Posted on December 18th, 2015

Having launched its own feed on the hugely popular Twitter site, Haydale plan to use the site to keep in touch with people involved in the rapidly expanding graphene and nanomaterials marketplace. Twitter allows users to provide regular, brief updates to other users of the social networking site.

Ray Gibbs, CEO of Haydale, said "Our aim is to improve communication of technological developments, applications advances and topical news to the graphene / nanoparticulate materials community". He added "There are millions and millions of people using sites such as Facebook and Twitter and we thought it would be a fantastic way to keep people in touch with what Haydale are doing and enabling them to easily share the information with others in the community"

To follow the graphene news twitter feed from Haydale, visit https://twitter.com/haydalegraphene?lang=en-gb or @haydalegraphene.

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Clos Fferws, Parc Hendre,
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