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New Glass-fiber Material


21 July 2014 – S-1 HM glass was developed primarily for the wind energy market

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E. coli that Smells Like Lemon

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

20 July 2014 – Limonene formation by genetically engineered E. coli is optimized by analysis of various key parameters in this process

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TTIP: A Chance for the Chemical Industry


18 July 2014 – VCI says the chemical industry in Germany would clearly benefit from the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)

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Evonik Invests in Startup


17 July 2014 – Evonik invests in Biosynthetic Technologies, a specialist in biobased lubricants

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BasCat Laboratory

Author: © TU Berlin

16 July 2014 – UniCat and BASF joint laboratory investigates catalytic processes for raw material change

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Catch Bullets with Foam

Author: Xin Su

15 July 2014 – Studies reveal details about how foams stop fast bullets

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1st Half 2014 German Chemistry Performance


15 July 2014 – Things are picking up for the German chemical industry

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Solid H2O2 Alternatives

Author: Veronika Belusa

14 July 2014 – Solid H2O2 equivalents for selective oxidation of sulfides to sulfoxides and ketones much safer and convenient to handle

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Creating Lens-Shaped Particles

Author: Rosalyne Cowie

13 July 2014 – Size-controlled nanoparticles determine the external shape and internal morphology of block copolymer particles

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Controversy About TTIP


12 July 2014 – NGOs fear that Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement will favor industry over environment and public health

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