AkzoNobel Opens Two New RD&I Facilities in Europe

July 2011
CoatingsTech;Jul2011, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p15
Academic Journal
The article announces the opening of the new research laboratory and fire protection research and development (R&D) facility of Akzo Nobel N.V. in Deventer, The Netherlands that was dubbed as Research Street.


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