Xolve secures $2 million in funding, but still lags behind in the graphene race

Xolve – a graphene producer formally known as Graphene Solutionsannounced $2 million in funding, which included strategic investors like DSM. Xolve is expecting to add 10 to 12 employees in 2011, more than double the total number of employees in 2010. The added resources will also aid research an...

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