Hanwha Group invests $1 million in XG Sciences

CEO Mike Knox of XG Sciences recently told us that the Hanwha Group invested $1 million in the firm. The announcement is timely, as Mike told us in the last briefing (see the August 3, 2009 LRNJ) that by 2010 it hoped to secure funding and partners to help scale manufacturing and to help push commer...

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