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Bayer divests IP, patents, and technology for carbon nanotubes and graphenes

6:08 AM MDT | March 31, 2014 | Ian Young

FutureCarbon (Bayreuth, Germany) has agreed to acquire the bulk of Bayer MaterialScience's intellectual property (IP), patents, and technology  for carbon nanotubes (CNT) and graphenes. The patents were granted during the last 10 years. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Bayer says it has concluded its research work on CNT and graphenes. "FutureCarbon, one of the partners from the Inno.CNT development network, will be carrying on our company's work," says Patrick Thomas, CEO of Bayer MaterialScience. "We remain confident that the...

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