Dow Corning focusing nanotech efforts on market opportunities

Dow Corning steamrolls through technology curves by applying its significant R&D bench to new problems. The “Discovery-Explore-Shape” process is now being rigorously applied to three nanotechnology areas, according to Babette Petterson, who met with us in Belgium. Those three areas broadly encompass...

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