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Bill Joy Has 65 Million Reasons Why Solid State Batteries Are The Next Big Thing

Tech superstar Bill Joy and others have just invested $65 million into Ionic Materials, a company that says it has developed a new polymer that will make safe, stable, and low cost solid state batteries possible. What does Bill Joy know that others don't?
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