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BASF and Max Planck Institute open graphene R&D centre

27/09/2012


BASF and the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (MPI-P) have opened an R&D centre at BASF’s Ludwigshafen site in Germany at which the groups will jointly research carbon-based materials for use in energy storage systems and electronic applications. The Carbon Materials Innovation Center will receive €10m investment to research applications for carbon-based materials like grapheme. The cooperation is initially scheduled to run for three years.
MPI-P and BASF have been jointly researching the carbon material graphene since 2008. But this is the first research platform to be operated by BASF jointly with a scientific partner on a BASF site.

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