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DKSH extends partnership with LAUDA to Singapore and Taiwan

05-May-2017

DKSH, the leading Market Expansion Services provider with a focus on Asia, and LAUDA, a global leader in manufacturing thermal-controlling instruments, have signed a distributor agreement for Singapore and Taiwan for the product line of constant temperature equipment. DKSH Business Unit ...

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Mimicking bug eyes could brighten reflective signs and clothes

02-Dec-2016

That bright, reflective coating used on road signs, bicycles and clothing are important safety measures at night. They help drivers get to their destinations while avoiding bicyclists and pedestrians in low-light conditions. Now, inspired by the structure of insect eyes, scientists have developed ...

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Picosun and NCTU launch industrial Atomic Layer Deposition facility

24-Mar-2015

National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) and Picosun Oy establish a Joint Industrial Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) Research Laboratory at the premises of X-Photonics Interdisciplinary Center at NCTU to enable the next generation of micro- and optoelectronics using ALD technology.With this ...

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BASF to acquire a leading manufacturer for TPU adhesives

Strategic move to broaden BASF’s Performance Materials product portfolio

10-Dec-2014

BASF has entered into a definitive agreement to fully acquire the business and assets in Taiwan and Mainland China of Taiwan Sheen Soon (“TWSS”), a leading manufacturer for thermoplastic polyurethanes (“TPU”) adhesives base material. “The acquisition is part of our efforts to systematically ...

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Quantum dots photocatalyse organic reactions with near-infrared light

05-Mar-2013

The photocatalysis of alcohols to aldehydes and carboxylic acids usually involves UV or visible light, but a group of scientists from China has discovered that carbon quantum dots can catalyse such reactions using near-infrared wavelengths. Conventional UV/visible-light approaches involve ...

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Evonik: First project house in Taiwan

Evonik Industries intensifies research in Asia

12-Apr-2011

Essen, Germany-based Evonik Industries is setting up its first project house outside Germany. Light & Electronics, a research and development unit established on April 1, is located in the Hsinchu Technology Park in Taiwan. The focus of its work is new products and technologies for the ...

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DSM intends to acquire 51% of AGI Corporation (Taiwan)

13-Dec-2010

Royal DSM N.V announced that it intends to acquire a 51% stake in AGI Corporation of Taiwan (AGI) through a subscription for newly to be issued shares combined with a public tender offer, subject to AGI corporate approvals and to regulatory and other customary conditions, approvals and ...

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Nanoparticles make glowing leaves

25-Oct-2010

Can street lights be replaced by trees? Scientists report in Nanoscale they believe they can by using gold nanoparticles. Light emitting diodes are used in street and bicycle lights and have a higher efficiency than traditional light bulbs. Now Yen Hsun Su has synthesised gold nanoparticles ...

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Cheaper substrates made of oxide materials

29-Jul-2010

Imagine building cheaper electronics on a variety of substrates -- materials like plastic, paper, or fabric. Researchers at Taiwan's National Chiao Tung University have made a discovery that opens this door, allowing them to build electronic components like diodes on many different substrates. ...

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A. Krüss Optronic opens office in Taiwan

08-Jul-2010

At the CIA Singapore, Krüss Optronic announced the opening of its Asian headquarter in Taiwan. "Krüss Asia" will serve the South East Asian market, with Mr. Edward Yeh as managing director. Mr. Yeh has very long experience in the laboratory market and knows the region like his waste-pocket. ...

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