Issue Date: December 4, 2017
DuPont takes a crack at running a chemistry incubator
Big corporations say they value start-ups. But rarely do they plunk down an incubator in the middle of a corporate research campus. Pharmaceutical firms regularly sponsor start-up incubators. But still unusual is the chemical and materials firm that carefully nurtures nascent businesses.
DuPont wants to change that paradigm with the formation of a lab and business accelerator that it hopes will mark a new direction for its celebrated Experimental Station in Wilmington, . . .
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