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- 21/08/2018EU approves acetamiprid, cypermethrin and penflufen as biocides
- 21/08/2018Monsanto opens new smart greenhouse at Puerto Rico site
- 21/08/2018Asian and Brazilian flair on show at in-cosmetics North America
- 17/08/2018Middle East and Africa pharma economy to reach $38.8 billion by 2021
- 17/08/2018SONGWON appoints Sea-Land Chemical Company as exclusive distributor for North America
- 15/08/2018SABIC and Nottingham Spirk accelerate innovations with specialty materials
- 14/08/2018Orchard raises $150m to advance gene therapies
- 14/08/2018BASF and Lufthansa start in-service-evaluation of innovative water scavenger for jet fuels
- 14/08/2018CropLife America and Corteva issue statement on chlorpyrifos ban
A team of U.S. Water volunteers recently returned from a week-long trip with Pure Water for the World, supporting underserved children and families in the Trojes region in Honduras. UNICEF has identified Trojes as a “high-need” and “underserved” community, as waterborne illness and even deaths, have been wide ...
Against a backdrop of public and political pressures driving changes in industrial practice, we look at likely influences and changes in the crop protection industry over the next 10 years. To explore ideas about the future direction of the crop protection industry, contract research corporation Envigo recently presen ...
Fouling associated with the excessive growth of microorganisms is a common issue in cooling tower systems. We consider solutions to this problem, and review a case study of electrochemical generation for water disinfection that minimizes operator risk and chemical handling, while increasing system performance. Pesky l ...