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BASF Plans Lab In South Korea

by Marc S. Reisch
November 18, 2013 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 91, ISSUE 46

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BASF workers examine a silicon wafer. The firm is extending its electronics R&D capability to South Korea.
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Credit: BASF
BASF workers examine a silicon wafer. The firm is extending its electronics R&D capability to South Korea.

BASF intends to set up an electronic materials R&D center for Asia-Pacific at Sungkyunkwan University, in Suwon, South Korea. BASF says the regional hub will focus on areas such as specialty and process chemicals, displays, semiconductors, organic electronics, and photovoltaics. The lab will employ 40 scientists when it opens in 2014.

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