BASF announces R&D deal with Singapore's NanoMaterials Technology

Last week German chemical giant and nanotechnology front-runner BASF announced that it had entered into a one-year R&D agreement with Singapore-based NanoMaterials Technology (NMT) – which we profiled in the March 13, 2006 Lux Research Journal – to develop zinc oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles. It was a no...

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