The R&D Multiplier

ABOVE Scientists at Evonik’s new Research & Development Center in Birmingham work to develop screws and plates used to fix bone fractures from bioresorbable polymers that biodegrade into carbon dioxide and water, eliminating the need for second surgeries.   It’s great when companies locate production facilities in Alabama, but it’s extra cool when those facilities include…

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