The SAIT has been behind a number of commercialized technological breakthroughs, including the development of the cadmium-free Quantum Dot materials that are being used in Samsung's Quantum-Dot LED TVs.

Lithium-ion batteries were first introduced back in 1991 and have since been the standard for powering consumer-grade electronic device. Many, however, believe that the technology has now expired and have started looking for alternatives.

The graphene ball approach is just one of the many different advanced power methods being explored at the moment.