DSM invests in NanoHoldings strengthen material science business

DSM invests in NanoHoldings to strengthen material science business

3:09 AM, 21st December 2011
DSM invests in NanoHoldings to strengthen material science business
Marcel Wubbolts, Chief Technology Officer, DSM.

HEERLEN, THE NETHERLANDS: Royal DSM has made an investment in NanoHoldings LLC, a company that specializes in breakthrough nanotechnology discoveries in the field of energy. “DSM has a strong interest in nanotechnology as an important enabler in Materials Sciences and is already working on new developments that make use of this technology. NanoHoldings’ unique business provides us with additional open innovation potential in nanotechnology enabling DSM to develop new business opportunities,” said Marcel Wubbolts, Chief Technology Officer, DSM.

NanoHoldings commercialize breakthrough material science discoveries through partnerships with world-class universities and their leading scientists. DSM Venturing invests in start-up companies with a focus on emerging technologies, developments and activities that are strategically important to DSM.

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