Stockhead: Weird, cool and wonderful ASX tech stocks you probably didn’t know existed

Most of the tech stocks on the ASX are a bit, well, dry, but we’ve sifted through to find the weird, wacky, and wonderful ones for your Wednesday perusal.


This Queensland company’s Boron Nitride Nanotubes (BNNT) produces a ‘fibre’ 100 times stronger than steel but as light as carbon fibre, super flexible, more thermally conductive than copper, and able to sustain high temperatures of up to 1000C without degrading.

The tech has applications from aviation, automotives and aerospace to ballistic armour, defence, electronics and beyond.

That’s probably good for Li-S Energy’s (ASX:LIS) disruptive battery technology – PPK’s most commercially advanced technology incubation project that just secured funding under the Federal Government’s Trailblazer University Project.


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