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EurekAlert | January 21, 2020
Southwest Research Institute is introducing Floodlight™, a novel software tool that efficiently discovers the vast numbers of chemical components -- previously known and unknown -- present in the food, air, drugs and products we are exposed to every day. This cheminformatics machine learning tool integrates algorithms with analytical chemistry software to provide deep analysis of gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GC/MS) and other instrument data. GC/MS instruments identify different ch...
Ceresana | October 02, 2020
Why complicate things when you can make them simple? Colorants and flavors for beverages are often not directly mixed with water and prefabricated, ready-to-use syrup concentrates are used instead. In the production of plastics, too, so-called masterbatches – granules with a high concentration of colorants, other additives, or fillers – are preferred to powders, pastes, or liquid additives. Premixed concentrates with precisely defined properties facilitate processing and increase pro...
STAT | March 10, 2020
The push to increase testing in the U.S. for the novel coronavirus that causes Covid-19 has hit a new stumbling block: shortages of key chemicals needed to start up and run the tests. In particular, one key product, made by the diagnostics testing giant Qiagen, is in dwindling supply. The chemical is used to isolate the virus’ genetic material, or RNA, so that it can be tested. Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, told Politico, which first repor...
Mlive | April 29, 2020
A global chemical manufacturer is temporarily shifting to hand sanitizer production as shortages continue due to high demand brought on by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. New Jersey-based Fortune 100 company Honeywell will shift production at two of its plants, one in Muskegon and one in Seelze, Germany, according to a news release. The hand sanitizer produced in Muskegon will be donated to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for distribution where it’s needed most.
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