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Nippon Kayaku becomes an industrial partner of the Cambridge Graphene Centre

last modified Mar 14, 2018 08:59 AM
Nippon Kayaku Co. Ltd, a Japanese chemicals manufacturer with global activities in functional materials, pharmaceuticals, automotive safety components and agrochemicals, is to partner with the Cambridge Graphene Centre.

Nippon Kayaku Co. Ltd, a Japanese chemicals manufacturer with global activities in functional materials, pharmaceuticals, automotive safety components and agrochemicals, is to partner with the Cambridge Graphene Centre.

Nippon Kayaku will support the Centre for Doctoral Training in Graphene Technology, focussing on the innovative use of graphene in applications that benefit Nippon Kayaku's business portfolio. The company specialises in advanced resin materials and polymers, and is researching the benefits to be achieved from the incorporation of graphene into its composite materials mix.

The Cambridge Graphene Centre, carries out research into the science and technology of graphene and related two-dimensional materials. Industrial innovation is central to its mission, as are academic-industrial partnerships such as this new venture with Nippon Kayaku.

 

Contacts

For further details please contact the Science Writer

Yasuhiro Magatani, General Manager, R&D Planning Division, Nippon Kayaku Co. Ltd. - email: yasuhiro.magatani@nipponkayaku.co.jp; telephone: +81 3 3598 3974.

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