News/Releases

US Department of Energy Selects XG Sciences to Develop High-Energy Battery Materials

Contract will accelerate commercialization of improved Lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles XG Sciences, Inc. annouced today it has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to develop high-energy Lithium-ion battery materials for use in extended range electric vehicle applications. XG Sciences’ Silicon-graphene nanocomposite anode materials have demonstrated significant increases in energy storage capacity… Read More

Senator Stabenow Accounces Support for XG Sciences in Lansing

U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow, Co-Chair of the Senate Manufacturing Caucus, today announced support for XG Sciences in Lansing. XG Sciences is a high-tech company developing next-generation nano-materials for advanced batteries and other applications like aerospace, appliances, automotive parts, super capacitors, fuel tanks, and sporting goods.  XG Sciences was awarded a grant as part of the… Read More

Lux Research Releases Top 10 Innovative Companies Profiled in Q3 2012

Leading emerging technology research firm Lux Research profiled 370 companies across 15 different emerging technology domains in the third quarter of 2012 as part of its ongoing Intelligence services. Drawing on the domain expertise of its analysts, Lux Research uses primary research to provide detailed information and critical analysis of firms developing emerging technologies that are poised to… Read More

XG Sciences Dedicates New Headquarters and Manufacturing Facility

80 Ton Capacity Lowers Costs of Graphene Nanoplatelets Dramatically XG Sciences, Inc., a manufacturer of xGnP® graphene nanoplatelets and related materials, held a Grand Opening ceremony on Thursday, August 16, 2012 to commemorate the start of production in its new combined headquarters and manufacturing facility in Delhi Township, near Lansing, MI. The ceremony was accompanied by… Read More

Senator Stabenow Visits XG Sciences

“Jobs of the Future” Tour Makes Stop at XG Sciences in Lansing Tuesday, Aug 7 U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow, Co-Chair of the Senate Manufacturing Caucus, today made a “Jobs of the Future” Tour stop at XG Sciences in Lansing where she addressed Michigan’s leadership in advanced battery manufacturing and cutting-edge technologies. XG Sciences is a… Read More

Dr. Liya Wang Joins XG Sciences as Vice President of Research & Development

Graphene nanoplatelets provide dream job for materials scientist XG Sciences, Inc. announced today that it has added Dr. Liya Wang to its management team as Vice President of Research and Development.   “Liya is a great addition to our management team,” said Michael Knox, XG Sciences’ CEO. “He brings significant capabilities both as a materials… Read More

Air Force Research Laboratory Selects XG Sciences to Develop High-Energy Ultracapacitors

XG Sciences, Inc. announced today it has been selected by the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop ultrahigh-energy ultracapacitors for use in space energy storage systems. XGSs’ graphene-based energy storage materials have demonstrated significant increases in storage capacity over traditional activated carbon and are manufactured in a commercially-proven, environmentally friendly, low-cost process.   “Our Air… Read More

Cabot adds Graphene Technology to its Portfolio Following an Agreement with XG Sciences

SpecialChem – Nov 14, 2011 BOSTON — Cabot Corporation has added graphene technology to its portfolio, company officials announced recently. Cabot has added this emerging performance technology to its portfolio through an intellectual property licensing agreement with XG Sciences, Inc. Under the agreement, Cabot will license intellectual property rights to XG’s xGnP® graphene nanoplatelets technology,… Read More

Cabot buys graphene licence from XG Sciences

Boston, Massachussetts — Cabot Corp. Cabot has added graphene technology to its portfolio through an intellectual property licensing agreement with XG Sciences, Inc. Under the agreement, Cabot will license intellectual property rights to XG’s xGnP graphene nanoplatelets technology, including detailed know-how regarding the manufacturing process. Graphenes are highly electrically and thermally conductive, mechanically strong, thin… Read More

XG Sciences Announces $4M Agreement with Cabot Corporation

XG Sciences, Inc. announced today that it has finalized an agreement with Cabot Corporation to license certain XG Sciences intellectual property. Under the agreement, XG Sciences will provide Cabot with non-exclusive rights to XG Sciences’ low-cost production technology for the manufacture of Graphene Nanoplatelets. XG Sciences also agrees to sell Cabot certain of XG Sciences’… Read More