Fresh off JV with Aksa, Dow working with ORNL on polyolefin-based carbon fiber

Dow Chemical and U.S. Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) are working together to develop low-cost carbon fiber for automotive applications using a polyolefin precursor. This partnership comes on the heels of the formation last month of a joint venture (JV) between Dow and Turkey-based carbon fiber...

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