Innovation Campus Mumbai an important pillar of BASF’s global research and development network, and the second largest R&D site in Asia Pacific.
Operational from March 2017
20,000 square-meter campus is a collaborative space housing scientific and technical laboratories, modern offices, a full-scale auditorium, cafeteria and employee amenities.
Accommodations for up to 300 scientists from India and other parts of the world.
Bringing all new and existing research and development activities in Mumbai under one roof
Housing research activities from all the three technology platforms at BASF
Designed to meet the silver standards of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), the world’s most widely used third-party verification for green buildings -- with secondary façade to minimize heat up by direct sun light, energy efficient LED lights, rainwater harvesting, a reflective roof with photovoltaic panels, and a windmill to generate energy from renewable sources.
Over 50 percent lighting in the building will be generated from renewable sources, which is also supported by many innovative solutions from BASF.
Research Focus Areas
Development activities in Performance Chemicals, Care Chemicals and Pigments & Dispersions
Video: Creating Chemistry in India
BASF scientists and researchers talk about the company's new Innovation Campus Mumbai.