Read more about the movers and shakers in the chemical industry for January 2022.
The theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss explains the underlying physics involved in terms that can be readily understood by a lay audience. This book is greatly facilitated by the numerous diagrams, photographs and charts deployed throughout the text.
With his book, Morgan Phillips aims to open our eyes to the adaptations that are already happening all around us, including those that dare not mention climate change, the bad and selfish adaptation moves that may protect the mover at the expense of everybody else, and finally the great adaptations that are fixing a problem in a sustainable and socially just manner.
BASF used its recent innovation press conference to announce a reorganisation of its R&D activities, with research units being embedded into associated operating divisions rather than held within a separate research division.
Applied chemistry highlights in issue 1 2022.
A new method to improve the toughness of materials could lead to stronger versions of body armour, bulletproof glass and other ballistic equipment.
Biomedical highlights for C&I Issue 1 2020 by Kevin Burgess | Texas A&M University, US
A new camera technology has been developed to distinguish the 12 types of polymers that constitute most household plastic types.
At the beginning of any new year, the desire to look back at the events of the previous year and to make predictions about the coming year seems to be a universal human trait – and 2022 is no exception. Forecasting is as much a part of a new year as New Year resolutions, although it is to be hoped they are more enduring, and more closely related to reality.
Many labs now mimic the protein chemistry used in mussel, oyster and barnacle adhesion in their hunt for glues that are super-strong, non-toxic and that stick under water or inside the body. Emma Davies reports.