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Frontiers in Industrial Chemistry: A Report on the First Annual CHF-SCI Innovation Day, Warren G. Schlinger Symposium
Cyrus Mody (au); Arthur Daemmrich (au)
Over the past century the chemical industry has been marked by transformations related to product and process innovations, the evolution of global markets, and the expansion of regulatory mandates. Today, the chemical industry faces a unique set of challenges from the rapid emergence of new fields and the maturing of existing methods for mfg. The industry’s future lies in exploring diverse areas for R&D rather than a narrow focus. Chemical firms (CF) are uniquely positioned to avoid waves of creative destruction prevalent in other sectors. By reinvigorating R&D, developing new markets, and engaging the public in a new dialogue about the risks and rewards of emerging tech., CF can promote a new wave of innovation and rejuvenate the industry
Chymists and Chymistry Studies in the History of Alchemy and Early Modern Chemistry
Co-Innovation of Materials, Standards, and Markets: BASF’s Development of Ecoflex: Studies in Materials Innovation #4
Enough for One Lifetime: Wallace Carothers, Inventor of Nylon
Guide to the Archives and Manuscript Collections in the History of Chemistry and Chemical Technology
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