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prnewswire | March 23, 2020
The American Chemistry Council (ACC) today confirmed that the U.S. Department of Homeland (DHS) security has identified the U.S. chemical industry and its workers as Essential Critical Infrastructure, an industry sector critical to public health and safety, economic and national security. In its March 19, 2020 "Memorandum on Identification of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers During COVID-19 Response," the Agency recognized the chemical manufacturing sector and its employees as...
Bioworks, Sumitomo Chemical Company Limited | June 08, 2021
Ginkgo Bioworks, Inc. announced today the signing of a collaboration agreement with Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd., one of Japan's leading chemical companies. Ginkgo is building the industry's best horizontal platform for cell programming to serve customers from various sectors looking to develop better products. Sumitomo Chemical intends to use Ginkgo's long-standing expertise in organism engineering to significantly improve the efficiency and sustainability of an essential bio-based c...
C&EN | July 06, 2020
The world is drowning in oil. Sometimes there’s no place to store even an extra drop. As the cost per barrel struggles to breach $40 and transportation fuels seem to be entering their sunset years, giant oil companies are pushing into chemical manufacturing. For chemical buyers, the outlook is for years of heavy competition and low, low prices.
In this environment, it is perhaps surprising that any company would bet on chemicals and materials made from sugar, rather than pet...
EHS Daily Advisor | February 03, 2020
The authority of the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB) to subpoena information relating to potential future risks was affirmed by a panel of judges with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit. The defendant in the case had contended that the CSB’s subpoena authority was limited to information about the cause or probable cause of an accidental chemical release that occurred in 2015, not about any event that hasn’t happened. A U.S. District Court judge ag...
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