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Royal DSM invests in new research facilities in the Netherlands

May 30/2012

(engineeringnet) -- The Dutch Materials Sciences company DSM is going to invest about EUR100 million in three new R&D facilities in Delft and Sittard-Geleen (both in the Netherlands) over the next two years.

The investment in Delft concerns a new laboratory for biotechnological research as well as a DSM contribution to the recently formed consortium for the Bioprocess Pilot Facility (BPF) for bio-research.

In Sittard-Geleen a new materials sciences research building will be realized on the Chemelot Campus.

Maxime Verhagen, the Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation, is excited about DSM investments: "This will strengthen the position of the Dutch knowledge-based economy and secure our position among the world leaders in sectors such as agro/food, chemicals and energy. Moreover, the investment will generate jobs and revenues in economically difficult times."
Author:Anna Larionova
Category:General News
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