BASF stepping up its nanotech efforts

BASF is the world's largest chemical company by sales, sitting on a war chest of over €4 billion in cash reserves. The company’s nanotech head, Rüdiger Iden told us that BASF will announce a significantly stronger commitment to nanotechnology-enabled products in the coming months (although it may no...

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