Air Liquide to Invest in Three Innovation Projects in France

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21 Mar 2014 10:12 Helen Clark

CHEMMONITOR.COM – Air Liquide (France) plans to develop its innovation by investing around EUR 100 million in three facilities in France. The firm plans to enlarge its Paris-Saclay R&D hub in France. Paris-Saclay includes 461 laboratories, 350 researchers and equipment for designing technologies.

The R&D centre modernization will help Air Liquide to solidify its innovation strategy through partnerships with firms from the Paris-Saclay innovation ecosystem.

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