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BTS & University of Erlangen-Nürnberg cooperation

By Gerald Ondrey |

Bayer Technology Services GmbH (BTS; Leverkusen, Germany; www.bayertechnology.com) and the Excellence Cluster for the Engineering of Advanced Materials — Hierarchical Structure Formation for Functional Devices (EAM) at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg (www.eam.uni-erlangen.de) have signed a cooperation agreement. The focus is on basic research in the field of advanced high-performance materials with customized properties, which play a key role in numerous areas of innovation, such as information and communications technology, catalysis, and energy, environmental and automotive engineering. “Our ability to safeguard competitive strength in industry and economic growth, and to improve the quality of life will be considerably influenced by the development of new materials and processes. And Bayer Technology Services can make a significant contribution to this. We are combining basic research with main stream applications,” explains Helmut Mothes, head of Process Technology at BTS. “The Excellence Cluster’s research program includes the formation of strategic alliances with selected businesses. These strategic alliances address basic scientific and interdisciplinary problems, which absolutely must…
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