Leading graphene developer XG Sciences signs licensing agreement with Cabot; will other multinationals join the fray?

Leading graphene developer XG Sciences (see the August 15, 2011 LRMJrecently announced a $4 million licensing agreement with Cabot Corporation. In addition to granting Cabot non-exclusive right to its graphene nanoplatelet (GNP) manufacturing technology, XG plans to supply Cabot with unspecified g...

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