Big players vie to be the go-to supplier to the U.S. Li-ion battery industry

We have heard though our network that Dow Chemical has recently been looking for a "Lithium Ion (Li-ion) Battery Electrolyte Specialist to help develop affordable advanced superior lithium polymer battery (SLPB) technology for the hybrid and electric vehicle markets." This position will likely invol...

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