Low Teck Seng, chief executive officer at the National Research Foundation, a department in the Prime Minister's Office, said: "This research collaboration brings together Sabic's industry capabilities, as one of the world's largest diversified companies in chemicals, polymers, fertilisers and metals, with the strengths in science and engineering of NUS, a top-ranked university in Asia . . . we look forward to Sabic's contributions to help grow our industry R&D capabilities, and nurture innovative enterprises."
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SAUDI group Sabic has tied up with the National University of Singapore (NUS) to develop materials that will enable more sustainable product solutions.
The Master Research Agreement signed on Tuesday will enable the petrochemical giant to leverage the technical expertise...