Bosch’s acquisition of Seeo could mark the start of a buying spree of next-generation battery technology

Bosch, one of the world’s top automotive suppliers, has announced it will acquire Seeo, the solid-state battery developer of next-generation energy storage (see the October 27, 2014 LRESJ). This acquisition includes all of Seeo’s IP and research staff, and may signal a major turning point for the...

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