Samsung Ventures invests into XG Sciences and brings graphene into the lithium-ion battery limelight

Samsung Ventures has invested an undisclosed amount into graphene maker XG Sciences (see the June 30, 2013 LRESJ). Additionally, there is a strategic partnership aspect to the deal, as XG also said that it will be working with Samsung SDI on what it termed "next-generation" lithium-ion (Li-ion) b...

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