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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 industry. 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.


Posts by Matt Weber

The New Knovel is Live!

Posted on October 18th, 2017 in Chemical R&D

I was excited to tell you about the redesigned Knovel platform last week, and how it will help engineers save time, address health and safety risks in manufacturing, and operate more efficiently and effectively. The new Knovel is now live Continue reading “The New Knovel is Live!” »

Taking on the High Cost of Corrosion

Posted on October 16th, 2017 in Chemical R&D

The problem of America’s aging infrastructure is one that we hear lamented on a regular basis.

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Save time, get ahead of safety and process risks and improve business results with new Knovel

Posted on October 10th, 2017 in Chemical R&D

Access to the right insights and answers is critical so that engineers can create systems and processes to prevent problems arising and quickly solve problems that can’t be avoided. We’re proud that Knovel has long-served as a valuable resource for engineers Continue reading “Save time, get ahead of safety and process risks and improve business results with new Knovel” »

Creating a Revolution in Green & Sustainable Chemistry

Posted on September 11th, 2017 in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence

For decades, it has seemed as though the pressure of the sustainability movement has existed outside of the industry, that it has been the province of activists fighting against corporate policies and regulatory bodies trying to nudge companies towards “greener” practices. Continue reading “Creating a Revolution in Green & Sustainable Chemistry” »

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