BMS opens functional films centre in Singapore


Bayer MaterialScience (BMS) today officially opened its new functional films research centre in Singapore, Asia, the first centre of its kind for the company outside Germany.

BMS invested SGD12m (€7m) in the facilities, where it will develop films for electronics applications. These include functional films for flexible films and displays, and nanomaterials such as conductive ink for printed electronics or energy-efficient lights.

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