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Magazine articles on chemical supply and research companies.
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Chemistry World
December 4, 2008
Lewis Brindley
Nacre-inspired composite is toughest ever ceramic A hybrid composite inspired by the structures of bone and mother-of-pearl is the toughest ceramic-based material ever made, say US scientists. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
The Motley Fool
December 3, 2008
David Lee Smith
Dow Chemical's Nimble New Moves With its Kuwait venture saved and a solid acquisition, Dow Chemical is one to keep an eye on. mark for My Articles 491 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 1, 2008
Rebecca Trager
US chemical industry wary of facilities danger list The US chemical industry is concerned about the potential impact of a report, released by a liberal think tank on 19 November, which lists the nation's 101 most dangerous chemical manufacturing and water treatment plants mark for My Articles 257 similar articles
Science News
November 30, 2008
Janet Raloff
Nanosilver Disinfects -- But At What Price? Consumer and medical products employ billionths-of-a-meter scale silver particles as embedded disinfectants. A study now suggests that if those nanoparticles get loose and into the body, they might wreak havoc with the human immune system. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 28, 2008
Sean Milmo
Crunch weekend for Reach chemicals regulation Thousands of companies are expected this weekend to be scrambling to pre-register their chemicals with the Helsinki-based European Chemicals Agency, so that they can continue to sell them in the European Union after a deadline of midnight on Monday. mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 20, 2008
James Mitchell Crow
BASF closes 80 plants as demand slumps BASF is just the latest company to decide to idle plants as demand slumps. US chemicals companies Dow and LyondellBassell have temporarily closed plants, as has UK-based Ineos. mark for My Articles 64 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 11, 2008
Rebecca Trager
Chemical industry cautious about Obama presidency The chemical industry's guarded response to the election of Democrat Barack Obama as the 44th US president stands in stark contrast to the enthusiastic reception he received from chemists. mark for My Articles 475 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 5, 2008
James Urquhart
A cleaner route to methanol UK scientists say they have developed a way to efficiently produce methanol, the fuel and feedstock chemical, directly from glycerol, the waste by-product of industrial biodiesel production. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 29, 2008
James Mitchell Crow
Interview: Pierre Brondeau Pierre Brondeau, CEO-in-waiting of Philadelphia-based speciality chemicals company Rohm and Haas, is starting his new job on the day the company gets taken over by Dow Chemical. mark for My Articles 185 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 22, 2008
Susan Aldridge
A greener route to amines Researchers based in Israel have developed an easier way to make troublesome primary amines, using a new ruthenium catalyst. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
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