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  • Kentucky Plant Will Destroy Chemical Weapons

    Construction should be completed by the end of next year on a plant that will destroy chemical weapons at Kentucky’s Blue Grass Army Depot.

    Chemical Processing Staff
  • ISHM Marks 90th Year

    The International School of Hydrocarbon Measurement (ISHM) will be held May 12-14, 2015 at the Cox Communications Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

    Chemical Processing Staff
  • Hydraulic Institute Offers Three-Part Webinar Series

    The Hydraulic Institute (HI) and Pump Systems Matter (PSM) will conduct the opening session of a three-part webinar series on variable speed drives (VSDs) on January 22, 2015 at 1pm ET.

    Chemical Processing Staff
  • Crystal Ink Detects Funny Money

    New photonic crystal ink developed by a team of Chinese researchers reveals intricate patterns when breathed on, making it extremely hard for counterfeiters to reproduce.

    Chemical Processing Staff
  • IChemE Introduces New Academic Journal

    Sustainable Production and Consumption (SPC), a new academic journal from the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE), in partnership with Elsevier, will launch in 2015 and focus on the importance of sustainability in sectors as diverse as retail, tourism, transport, health, food, energy, construction and the chemical and process industries.

    Chemical Processing Staff
  • Vertellus Acquires SBH Business From Dow

    Vertellus, a producer of specialty chemicals for the life sciences sector and other industrial applications, signed a definitive agreement to acquire the sodium borohydride (SBH) business, including associated assets, from The Dow Chemical Company.

    Chemical Processing Staff
  • AIChE Honors Stuart L. Cooper With Founders Award

    The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) presented the Founders Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Chemical Engineering, to Stuart L. Cooper, professor and chair of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at The Ohio State University.

    Chemical Processing Staff
  • Economic Reports Show Positive Week

    Economic reports were positive this week for the most part, according to Weekly Chemistry and Economic Trends report from the American Chemistry Council.

    Chemical Processing Staff
  • AkzoNobel Investigates Raw Material Production From Sugar Beet

    AkzoNobel joined forces with SuikerUnie, Rabobank, Deloitte, Investment and Development Agency for the Northern Netherlands (NOM), Groningen Seaports, and the Province of Groningen, to investigate the possibility of producing chemicals from beet-derived sugar feedstock

    Chemical Processing Staff
  • Initiative Pairs GTI And KOGAS

    Gas Technology Institute (GTI) and Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) signed a Collaboration Agreement during the recent IGRC 2014 meetings in Copenhagen, Denmark.

    Chemical Processing Staff
  • Study Indicates Safety Concerns Around Oil And Gas Sites

    A peer-reviewed, five-state study found “potentially dangerous compounds and chemical mixtures” that could have negative health effects in the air near oil and gas production sites.

    Chemical Processing Staff
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