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July 16th, 2007
There’s money to be made in 'blue sky'
It has set up an innovation centre that has zeroed in on biotechnology and nanotechnology.
Tata Chemicals, which also owns soda ash and sodium bi-carbonate manufacturing operations in the Netherlands, the UK and Morocco expect the new technologies to throw up "interesting and exciting possibilities."
Tata Chemicals is betting on 17 scientists they hired, who include nanotechnologists and biotechnologists, molecular and bioengineering experts to work in the Centre. Over time, the centre will have 50 scientists.
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