ST. PAUL, Minn., June 1- At a time when many companies are investing a smaller portion of revenues in research and development, 3 M Co has given Chief Technology Officer Ashish Khandpur more to spend, and he is aiming at bigger targets. Khandpur, a 20- year 3 M veteran and chemical engineer who holds patents related to pressure-sensitive adhesives, is helping oversee a...» Read More
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