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October 15th, 2004

Siemens sees polymers and ceramics as key materials for innovations

Abstract:
“We’re focusing particularly on new polymers, ceramics and nanotechnology,” says Prof. Dr. Claus Weyrich. The reason for this is the virtually unlimited potential for shaping the properties of these materials and for adapting them to different product requirements.

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