ISOCHEM SAS

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Founded in 1974, ISOCHEM is a contract manufacturer and one of the world’s leading suppliers of fine chemicals and active pharmaceutical ingredients. We are also mastering of complex processes and can manufacture products to the most stringent pharmaceutical regulatory standards. We serve a broad range of customers in many application fields, from leading global companies to virtual and emerging organizations.

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CNET | January 28, 2020

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LI DEVELOPING ROBUST DESIGN OF CHEMICAL GAS SENSOR ARRAYS

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Qiliang Li, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Volgenau School of Engineering, and Mason doctoral students are performing modeling, simulation, calculation, and design of gas sensor arrays using multivariate regression analysis. Their goal is to provide an effective and efficient simulation technology to design high performance gas sensors and sensor arrays. Li will lead the research activities for the project. He will be responsible for modeling and design of gas sensor devices and...

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NEW SOFTWARE SHOWS SAFEST WAY TO STORE CHEMICALS, OR DISPOSE OF THEM

CNET | January 28, 2020

When chemicals are carelessly stored, mixed together or even disposed of, fires, explosions and injuries can result. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2019, it's estimated that at least 4,500 injuries a year happen not in a lab but at home when people mix the wrong swimming pool chemicals together. But a new open-source computer program called ChemStor might prevent these dangerous situations from happening -- in labs, offices, schools and homes -- by warning u...

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The US Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board issued two significant reports in late July. One praises voluntary actions of Airgas after a deadly incident at a nitrous oxide facility. The second is a factual update to the ongoing investigation of an incident at an Aghorn Operating facility in Texas in which a worker and his wife died from exposure to toxic hydrogen sulfide gas. The CSB is an independent, nonregulatory federal agency that investigates chemical accidents. In...

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