QuantumSphere signs deal with major battery manufacturer

We spoke last week on a panel at the University of California San Diego hosted by NanoBioNexus, a local networking organization. Also on the panel were QuantumSphere CEO Kevin Maloney and nanoComposix CEO Steven Oldenburg. Kevin had a lot to celebrate: QuantumSphere was just granted its first patent...

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