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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