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PENN STATE-LED RESEARCHERS FIND SEISMIC WAY TO SEE CHEMICAL CHANGES BENEATH WATERSHED

Penn State | July 28, 2020

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Chemical reactions deep below ground affect water quality, but methods for "seeing" them are time-consuming, expensive and limited in scope. A Penn State-led research team found that seismic waves can help to identify these reactions under an entire watershed and protect groundwater resources. "About one third of the U.S. population gets their drinking water from groundwater, so we need to protect this valuable resource," said Susan Brantley, distinguished prof...

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BEROE ANALYSIS POINTS OUT CORONAVIRUS EFFECT ON CHEMICAL COMMODITIES

Prnewswire | May 21, 2020

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Demand for some of the major polymers and petrochemicals have taken a hit with numerous countries under lockdown. Specialty chemicals used by automobile and construction industries will continue to witness a huge demand drop.

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    Chemistry World | July 07, 2020

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    Fuelled by the expanding global population, the World Economic Forum expects demand for chemicals and materials to quadruple by 2050. To meet the growing need for sustainable approaches to chemical synthesis and manufacturing, industry is opening its doors to new ideas. Increasingly, companies within the chemicals and pharmaceuticals sectors are relying on R&D from outside sources. As such, the previously closed world of chemical manufacturing is becoming less reserved, with innovation evolv...

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    NIH GRANT SUPPORTS NEUFELDT’S FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH INTO CHEMICAL REACTIONS

    NIH | November 27, 2020

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    A natural physicist zeroing in on metal impetuses is the most recent Montana State University specialist to have their work perceived and subsidized through a National Institutes of Health program with an accentuation on examining wide logical inquiries. Sharon Neufeldt, an associate teacher in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in MSU's College of Letters and Science, gotten the Maximizing Investigators' Research Award through the NIH's National Institute of...

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    PENN STATE-LED RESEARCHERS FIND SEISMIC WAY TO SEE CHEMICAL CHANGES BENEATH WATERSHED

    Penn State | July 28, 2020

    Chemical reactions deep below ground affect water quality, but methods for "seeing" them are time-consuming, expensive and limited in scope. A Penn State-led research team found that seismic waves can help to identify these reactions under an entire watershed and protect groundwater resources. "About one third of the U.S. population gets their drinking water from groundwater, so we need to protect this valuable resource," said Susan Brantley, distinguished prof...

    Read More
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    BEROE ANALYSIS POINTS OUT CORONAVIRUS EFFECT ON CHEMICAL COMMODITIES

    Prnewswire | May 21, 2020

    Demand for some of the major polymers and petrochemicals have taken a hit with numerous countries under lockdown. Specialty chemicals used by automobile and construction industries will continue to witness a huge demand drop.

  • Read More
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    CHEMICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL SECTOR COLLABORATION FOR INDUSTRIAL SUCCESS

    Chemistry World | July 07, 2020

    Fuelled by the expanding global population, the World Economic Forum expects demand for chemicals and materials to quadruple by 2050. To meet the growing need for sustainable approaches to chemical synthesis and manufacturing, industry is opening its doors to new ideas. Increasingly, companies within the chemicals and pharmaceuticals sectors are relying on R&D from outside sources. As such, the previously closed world of chemical manufacturing is becoming less reserved, with innovation evolv...

    Read More
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    CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

    NIH GRANT SUPPORTS NEUFELDT’S FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH INTO CHEMICAL REACTIONS

    NIH | November 27, 2020

    A natural physicist zeroing in on metal impetuses is the most recent Montana State University specialist to have their work perceived and subsidized through a National Institutes of Health program with an accentuation on examining wide logical inquiries. Sharon Neufeldt, an associate teacher in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in MSU's College of Letters and Science, gotten the Maximizing Investigators' Research Award through the NIH's National Institute of...

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