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Bayer MaterialScience Signs Carbon Nanotubes Licensing Deal

12:56 PM MDT | March 17, 2011 | Rebecca Coons

Bayer Material Science (BMS) says it has signed a licensing deal to strengthen its position in carbon nanotubes. Under the terms for deal, BMS will be able to sell its Baytubes multi-wall carbon nanotubes for use within a defined field under Hyperion Catalysis International (Cambridge, MA) patent portfolio. "We see high demand for materials with extraordinary material properties," says Joachim Wolff, member of the executive committee at Bayer MaterialScience. "Developments using Baytubes carbon nanotubes represent a key technology of the future for...

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