Bayer MaterialScience exits MWNT business in the face of market oversupply

Bayer MaterialScience recently announced that it will cease its work on carbon nanotubes (CNTs). The company said that while it still believes CNTs have potential and are promising from a technical standpoint, the market applications it anticipated remain fragmented and "comprehensive commerciali...

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