BASF setting up nanotech center in Singapore

We also heard this week from sources in chemicals powerhouse and leading nanotech developer BASF, which is seeking to consolidate its leading position in nanotech by sinking an additional $180 million into nanotech R&D over the next 5 years, as a part of a $800 million push the company will be makin...

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