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January 18th, 2006
BASF receives visit from EU Commisioner
The prevention of fouling by marine organisms, for example on ships’ hulls, is the subject of the EU research project “AMBIO.” In this project, BASF scientists are working to produce of nanostructured coatings aimed at preventing algae and mollusks from colonizing.
The EU research project “NanoSafe” concentrates on safety in the workplace and in production plants. Here, BASF is working to establish processes for the reliable detection, monitoring and characterization of nanoparticles.
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