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Nylon: Synthetic Fiber Becomes a Market Success

Posted on July 15th, 2016 by in Chemical R&D

In the beginning, it was mostly about women’s stockings. As the early 20th century progressed, women’s hemlines were getting shorter, and old-fashioned undergarments were going out of style. Continue reading “Nylon: Synthetic Fiber Becomes a Market Success” »

Sustainable Development – Where To Begin?

Posted on February 1st, 2016 by in Chemical R&D

We’ve looked before at how our decisions can impact the environment, but sustainable development is about much more than that. Continue reading “Sustainable Development – Where To Begin?” »

Learn To Be More Creative By Flexing Your Creativity Muscle

Posted on November 24th, 2015 by in Chemical R&D

Creativity is a central trait of any good engineer or scientist. Although often overlooked, our ability to be creative is crucial in most of the work we do. From the mundane, day-to-day work to the big breakthroughs that everyone takes notice of, a creative approach underpins every step of the best technical minds. Continue reading “Learn To Be More Creative By Flexing Your Creativity Muscle” »