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2017 ICIS Innovation Awards – Meet the Winners

Posted on November 11th, 2017 by in Chemical R&D

Now in its 14th year, the International Chemical Information Service (ICIS) Innovation Awards seek to recognize companies and individuals that show high levels of innovation in products and processes, as well as those that are leading sustainability progress. The judges of the Innovation Awards have spoken, and the overall winners for 2017 awards have been announced.

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A Brighter, Greener Future for Chemistry

Posted on October 3rd, 2017 by in Chemical R&D

There’s probably not a buzzier buzz word across all industries right now than “green,” and the chemical industry is no exception. Continue reading “A Brighter, Greener Future for Chemistry” »

The right insights on-demand can help R&D teams get ahead of competition

Posted on May 26th, 2017 by in Chemical R&D

In chemical R&D, it’s always a race to get to the market first with better solutions. The key to this is being able to perform research fast and efficiently. Because the more time and money a company can save in developing a product, the better the chances of success. Continue reading “The right insights on-demand can help R&D teams get ahead of competition” »

Pressure to Reduce Wasteful Production of Animal Products Creates Opportunities for Efficient Ag Chem

Posted on May 25th, 2017 by in Chemical R&D

One third of all food produced for human consumption worldwide – an amount ranging between 1.3 and 2.1 billion tons – is wasted or lost annually. The majority of these losses are a result of over-consumption, consumer waste and production inefficiencies. In aggregate, the costs of food waste total more than $680 billion in industrialized nations and over $310 billion in developing countries. Continue reading “Pressure to Reduce Wasteful Production of Animal Products Creates Opportunities for Efficient Ag Chem” »

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