Issue Date: April 11, 2016
Graphene’s global race to market
Crowds of flag-waving Chinese students lined the streets of Manchester, England, in October 2015 to cheer the arrival of China’s President Xi Jinping. He was in the provincial city not to visit its famous soccer teams but to see the U.K.’s new National Graphene Institute (NGI), a publicly funded, $90 million hub dedicated to research and commercialization of the carbon material.
Xi sees graphene as a major business opportunity for China. In a sign of . . .
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