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BASF works with start-ups IntelliSense.io, Coreshell

by Michael McCoy
August 21, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 32

 

BASF’s venture capital arm has invested an undisclosed sum in IntelliSense.io, a British firm that provides artificial intelligence–based software for the mining industry. BASF is using the firm’s software in its own product for mining customers. Separately, BASF is working with California-based Coreshell Technologies, which is developing a coating that helps prevent rechargeable battery electrodes from degrading. Coreshell recently raised $4 million.

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