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October 13th, 2004

BASF Hosts International Workshop For Young Scientists

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Ten young scientists each from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston and from top European universities attended a workshop in Ludwigshafen from October 6 - 9 at BASF’s invitation.

Acting in collaboration with the MIT-Germany Program, the company offered the participants a program of lectures, plant tours and management training on the theme of “Nanotechnology – a Challenge for the Chemical Industry.”

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