Hongjin Tan worked on next-generation battery technologies for US energy company Phillips 66. Photo: Hongjin Tan/LinkedIn

Chinese scientist Hongjin Tan gets two-year prison sentence for stealing trade secrets from US energy company

  • Hongjin Tan, who worked on the research and development of next-generation battery technologies for Phillips 66, had pleaded guilty
  • US Justice Department also said a University of Tennessee engineering teacher has been charged with concealing his China ties while receiving NASA funding
Topic |   Espionage

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Hongjin Tan worked on next-generation battery technologies for US energy company Phillips 66. Photo: Hongjin Tan/LinkedIn
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