Graphene developers listen up: BASF's carbon filler commercialization strategy illustrates emphasis on performance/cost

At this week's TechConnect World summit in Washington, DC, we caught up with Hye-Jin Park of BASF's Advanced Materials & Systems Research during the conference's graphene session. Hye-Jin described how BASF is researching adding graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs) to engineering thermoplastics to enhan...

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