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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency eases Obama-era safety rule enacted after West explosion.
A 14-year-old undergraduate at the University of Michigan is the newest and youngest member of the chemistry lab.
Uhrig bring finance and chemical industry experience to leadership post.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Bioenergy Technologies and Advanced Manufacturing Offices are co-hosting the Plastics for a Circular Economy Workshop December 11–12, 2019, in Golden, Colorado.
Easily scalable process can both create new catalysts and recycle spent ones
The consortia will inform the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) risk evaluation of five chemicals: 1,3-butadiene, 1,4-dichlorobenzene (p-DCB), formaldehyde, phthalic anhydride, and propylene dichloride.
Stahl's Dr. Alexis Pey is appointed executive board member of European Federation of Chemical Engineering.
Northwestern University’s Teri W. Odom is named the new editor-in-chief of Nano Letters, one of the first journals dedicated to nanotechnology.
Honeywell is developing a OneWireless IoT Module for the Cisco Catalyst IW6300 Heavy Duty Series Access Point.
Sphera releases results of its annual process safety management/operational risk management survey.
Worley and Arundo launch The Data Refinery, a global hub for advanced analytics in energy and resources.
The Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates recognizes ChemDesign for its exceptional efforts to educate a new generation on the importance of specialty chemistry as part of the association’s Performance Improvement Awards program.
SKF Pulse gives companies the power to predict machinery issues before operations are impacted.
Successful project planning often hinges on effective pre-planning. This, in turn, requires thorough fact-finding before a pre-planning session, the right core project team and a focus on key goals. This article presents pointers.
Axens and Corys enter into an exclusive global collaboration agreement to develop and commercialize advanced simulation and training solutions for Axens process technologies based on Corys’ Indiss Plus dynamic simulation software.
The U.S. EPA reports that the amount of plastics recycled fell by nearly 6 percent in tonnage from 2015 to 2017.
Nation Ford Chemical and VanDeMark Chemical receive SOCMA’s highest honor.
KIPIC selects Honeywell as main automation contractor for the Middle East’s largest integrated refinery complex.
Fugitive emissions such as leaks can pose safety problems and lead to product loss. Developments in technology are helping plants spot such emissions more easily and quickly. Here’s a look at some advances.
Researchers at The University of California- Riverside develop a chemical that helps plants hang onto water.
Swagelok engineers advise on fluid system maintenance.
Group aims to honor young engineer for industrially important thesis
Thailand’s ban on several farm chemicals it deems hazardous could harm U.S. agricultural imports into the country.
A new office in Jakarta joins Singapore and Tokyo locations for Clariant’s APAC customers.
ExxonMobil, Evonik and Teknor Apex ask the Environmental Protection Agency to evaluate the risks DINP may pose in toys and other products.