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FDA Purchases Gea Development Unit for Continuous Lab

USA: Drug Safety

FDA Purchases Gea Development Unit for Continuous Lab

The FDA has purchased a GEA Consigma 1 OSD development unit, for their continuous manufacturing research within the OPQ Office of Testing and Research and Emerging Technologies Team. read...

Researchers Develop Binder for Lignin-Based Paints

Germany: Alternative to Fossil Fuels

Researchers Develop Binder for Lignin-Based Paints

Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM in Bremen have developed a paint primer on the basis of lignin, which, for example, can be obtained from plant residues. It is free of petrochemical raw materials and therefore has a significantly improved CO2 balance. read...

Emerson to Deliver Software-as-a-Service Technology to Covestro

Germany: Industrial IoT Solutions

Emerson to Deliver Software-as-a-Service Technology to Covestro

Covestro has selected Emerson to provide Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) technologies for remote monitoring and predictive maintenance at nine high-utilisation plants. read...

Looming on the Horizon: 32nd Achema Adresses Tomorrow's Challenges

Achema 2018 Outlook

Looming on the Horizon: 32nd Achema Adresses Tomorrow's Challenges

Considering today’s work pace an event mid 2018 feels pretty far away. But — then again … read...

Digitalization and Sustainability Beat M&A: Chemicals Top-Trends Shift

Drivers of Growth

Digitalization and Sustainability Beat M&A: Chemicals Top-Trends Shift

Is the chemical M&A race overrated? A recent study shows that managers identify digitalization and sustainability as the most important drivers of growth - while doubting the benefits of M&A. read...

Akzo Nobel Launches 2018 Imagine Chemistry Challenges

The Netherlands: Business Opportunities in Chemistry

Akzo Nobel Launches 2018 Imagine Chemistry Challenges

Akzo Nobel Specialty Chemicals has announced the challenges for its latest Imagine Chemistry program. read...