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Air Liquide invests in three innovation projects in France
10:43 AM MDT | March 14, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz
Air Liquide announced today that it will invest close to €100 million ($138.9 million) in three innovation projects in France. The company plans to extend and modernize its Paris-Saclay research center near Versailles, the company’s main R&D center globally. A single building will house the 350 current researchers and the 46 laboratories and will have pilot platforms with equipment for designing and testing technologies in industrial-scale conditions. The facility will reinforce the company’s open innovation strategy through academic and...
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