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July 12th, 2007
U.S. and Japanese companies team up to commercialize carbon nanospheres
Headwaters Incorporated today announced the formation of a strategic partnership with the Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd. for the development and commercialization of carbon nanospheres, a new carbon nano-material.
Sumitomo Chemical is one of Japan's leading chemical companies, with over 24,000 employees and global sales for 2006 exceeding $15 billion. The Company offers a diverse range of products in the fields of basic chemicals, petrochemicals, fine chemicals, IT-related chemicals, agricultural chemicals and pharmaceuticals.
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