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Air Liquide Opens U.S. Research Complex

1:20 PM MDT | June 13, 2007 | Robert Westervelt

Air Liquide has opened a $35-million R&D center in Newark, DE, as part of an effort to expand its global R&D operations. The Newark center will focus on industrial gas technologies and applications in electronics, health care, food processing, and clean energy, including hydrogen and gasification technologies, Air Liquide says. Center kickoff: Potier opens Delaware facility. Air Liquide says it plans to double R&D spending over the next few years. “We are seeing more opportunities than we saw five years ago,” Benoît Potier, Air...

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