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NTU, Nanofilm launch laboratory for nanotechnology development

The corporate lab is worth $66m.

NTU Singapore and Nanofilm Technologies International have launched the NTI-NTU Corporate Laboratory.

The parties will use the corporate lab to develop next-generation nanotechnology solutions that will benefit industries such as the automotive, biomedical, and clean energy sectors.

The $66m lab will advance expertise in coating equipment technologies, advanced materials, nano-fabrication technologies, and hydrogen energy.

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