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Materials

BASF Opens R&D Center In Germany

by Alex Scott
July 27, 2015 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 93, ISSUE 30

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BASF’s new materials and systems research building in Ludwigshafen.
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BASF’s new materials and systems research building in Ludwigshafen.

BASF has opened an 11,000-m2 research center in Ludwigshafen, Germany, with labs and offices for its 200 materials and systems researchers who had previously been in various buildings around the site. The facility cost about $55 million and was built using materials developed by BASF, such as its Slentex inorganic aerogel-based insulation panels.

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