New start-up XG Sciences: graphene nanoplatelets for electrical conductivity and barrier properties

While at the NASA Tech Briefs National Nano Engineering Conference we met Michael Knox, CEO of fresh-faced start-up XG Sciences, recently spun out of Michigan State University. XG Sciences draws on the research of Professor Lawrence Drzal to create composites from nanoscale graphene platelets. Graph...

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