BASF's investment in QD vision opens it up to more technical and regulatory risk than Dow, Merck, and 3M

QD Vision (see the September 29, 2015 LREJ) recently raised $22 million from a new investment round led by Tsing Capital and BASF Venture Capital. The company also announced that it will form a new joint development agreement with BASF, targeting a QD enhanced backlight and a color filter for liq...

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