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Chemical research gets a new look

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Editor at large Nick Basta looks at what the chemical industry can do to re-invigorate its technological research. He says technology pioneered in the pharmaceutical industry promises broad benefits.

In the chemical industry, faster doesn't always mean better

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Real-time control has turned up in controllers, analyzers, control systems and more. In the end, real-time information is only as valuable as an organization makes it.

Storm Clouds Recede

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The chemical industry is poised for a rebound in 2004, but "restructuring" ...

Research and Development: The Know-How Pinch

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Research and development is a chemical company's most valuable asset. In today's climate, companies must work harder to protect intellectual capital on an international level.

Process manufacturing: New wrinkles in outsourcing

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As much as rank-and-file chemical industry professionals might bemoan it, outsourcing is here to stay. Chemical companies see its attraction the same way many firms in other industries do.

Double up to contain leaks

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Chemical companies are faced with numerous decisions about how to address a ...

Chemical plant site security enters the next phase

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With the last of mandated security deadlines now approaching, plants ponder future steps. Read about all of the improvements and procedural changes that have already occurred and find out what might be next for your chemical plant's security plan.

Toll manufacturers serve a changing market

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Toll Processing: Custom chemical manufacturers anticipate increasing output this year but must contend with high domestic costs and rising imports. Each type of chemical manufacturer has a different strategy for dealing with these issues.

Collaboration extends Its reach

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Collaboration extends Its reach -- The step change occurring in engineering technology is being driven by the latest capabilities of design and operating software to exchange these data.

Chemical market endures the seesaw effect

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U.S. producers see economic growth coming from stronger exports and imports. ...

Lights up on emissions monitoring

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This article takes a new look at optical remote sensing (ORS) technology — ...

Sites summon specialists

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The recent painful downturn and high energy costs are pushing corporate ...

Safety pros put

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While large chemical companies have engaged in rigorous safety analysis for ...

Assessing risk in risky times

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Risk assessment has been part of the chemical engineering scope for years. ...

Taking the Pulse of Fluid Metering

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Applications benefit from more precise dosing and improved control. Read this article to learn why.

Solid Success

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New grinding media and equipment designs enhance the performance of mills and...

There's no escaping greenhouse gas control

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The American chemical industry needs to prepare for global policy

Shedding light on technology development

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Optical remote sensing is a powerful tool that deserves more attention

Chemical Makers Must Get Ready To Play Tag

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RFID promises long-term benefits for adroit competitors

Caring about responsible care

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The program's multiple facets and enforceability bring pride to the chemical ...

The Bioproducts Crescendo Builds

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Market forecasts for bioproducts are upbeat. One even predicts that ...

Don't give up on distillation

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Opportunities for technology improvement exist, but there are still hurdles to overcome.

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