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BASF Opens Electronics R&D Center in Singapore

1:46 PM MDT | May 23, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

BASF says it opened a S$4-million ($2.6-million) organic electronics R&D center in Singapore last week. The center will conduct research activities in printed electronics, organic light emitting diodes, organic biosensors, and organic photovoltaics. The company opened its first Asian nanotechnology center, the “Competence Center for Nanostructured Surfaces, in Singapore last year. Research expenditure for both centers during 2006-09 is expected to total about $19.8 million, BASF says. The company plans to hire a total of 40 staff for the...

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