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Matt Weber

Matt Weber

Senior Manager of Strategic Segment Marketing - Chemicals

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As Senior Manager of Strategic Marketing for the Chemicals Industry, Matt Weber is responsible for transforming Elsevier’s market focus strategy by aligning product opportunities and design, and go-to-market activities, with the needs of the chemicals indsutry. Having started his career in the information industry with Knovel Corporation, Matt is passionate about developing and marketing information solutions that enable researchers and engineers to push the boundaries of innovation.

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5 most popular Chemicals and Materials Now blog posts from 2016

Posted on January 27th, 2017 in Chemical R&D

Increasingly advanced consumer technology is a hot topic among those working in the chemicals and materials space, so it’s not a wonder that posts about two different smart phones were among the most popular blogs in 2016. Continue reading “5 most popular Chemicals and Materials Now blog posts from 2016” »

How 3D Printing Can Boost U.S. Manufacturing

Posted on January 23rd, 2017 in Chemical R&D

Millions of manufacturing jobs have left the U.S. in the last few decades, and now those goods are being made overseas and shipped back to America. Continue reading “How 3D Printing Can Boost U.S. Manufacturing” »

Is Sustainable Packaging Good for the Business Environment?

Posted on December 5th, 2016 in New Materials & Applications

Although food packaging offers incredible benefits by allowing food to last far longer, and much of that packaging can be recycled, it still has a bad reputation among consumers who want to see less of it littering landfills, streets and oceans. Continue reading “Is Sustainable Packaging Good for the Business Environment?” »

Digital Age Engineering

Posted on November 3rd, 2016 in Chemical R&D

The introduction of digital technology has transformed the way that people in many industries work today. But engineers have perhaps been affected more than most workers. Continue reading “Digital Age Engineering” »

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