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Neste Supports Finnish Education

Author: ChemPubSoc Europe

03 November 2016 – According to a recent survey, Finns wish that universities and industry increase cooperation

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BASF Declares Force Majeure


02 November 2016 – As a consequence of the fire incident at BASF SE in Ludwigshafen, BASF declares Force Majeure

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Printing a Laser

Author: Georg R. Meseck

01 November 2016 – Printed patterns of monodisperse colloidal polymer particles provide an effortless way to generate laser geometries

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Antibacterial Coating for Medical Devices


01 November 2016 – Functionalizing silicone surfaces with antibacterial peptides

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Fuel Cell Carbon Capture Pilot Plant


28 October 2016 – Carbon capture to be demonstrated from natural gas and coal power generation

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Better Lithium Separation for Batteries

Author: Costas Agalou

25 October 2016 – Redox-active polydopamine membranes separate lithium from magnesium ions in brines

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Safe Hydrogen Storage

Author: Marek Czykanski

21 October 2016 – Wax rapidly releasing hydrogen-rich gases could be key to future of hydrogen-fuelled cars

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Explosion at BASF’s Headquarter


18 October 2016 – During work on a pipeline there was an explosion at BASF’s headquarter which resulted in fires

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Combustion Technology for Biomass

Author: Marek Czykanski (Photo ©: VTT)

15 October 2016 – Pilot of a carbon capture technology for Finnish power and heat production plants promising

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First International Curiosity Study


14 October 2016 – 85 % think that a curios person is more likely to bring an idea to life at work according to a study from Merck

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