XG Sciences' capacity expansion threatens to throw graphene into oversupply

Last week at the Lux Executive Summit in Boston, MA, we caught up with Mike Knox, CEO of leading graphene nanoplatelet (GNP) developer XG Sciences (see the August 15, 2011 LRMJ). XG has enjoyed a slew of partnership announcements as of late – Hanwha Chemical in December 2010, Posco in June 2011, and...

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