Chemicals & Materials Now!
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Posted on November 10th, 2015 by Regina Javier in New Materials & Applications
Supercomputing technologies and similar solutions have been fueling a rise in computing-based science and engineering for years. With the exponential increase of available research and technical data, the demand for solutions that take all that content and process it to add a layer of decision-support capabilities such as descriptive, semantic, comparative and predictive analytics is palpable in research-intensive markets. Continue reading “Computing + Experimentation = Faster, Better Solutions” »
Posted on November 6th, 2015 by Christina Valimaki in New Materials & Applications
Source: SelfEco, September 2013 (http://selfeco.com/pages/polylactic-acid-pla)
It’s rare that entirely new compounds are developed in industrial chemistry, perhaps a handful per year. Compared with the pharmaceutical industry, this can make progress in the development of new materials appear slow. Continue reading “Biodegradable Plastic: Hero New Material” »