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BASF Invests $20 Million in Harvard R&D Collaboration

10:35 AM MDT | May 7, 2008 | Michelle Bryner in Cambridge

BASF says it will invest up to $20 million during the next five years to fund research at Harvard University (Cambridge, MA) in areas including, applied physics and mathematics, chemical biology, systems biology, bioengineering, and materials science. The research will be directed by Jens Rieger, BASF senior scientist, and Harvard professors David Weitz, and George Whitesides. The partnership was announced at a symposium last week at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Kreimeyer: Post-docs to conduct most of research. The collaboration is one of more than...

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