Pilot Plant Facilities: Large-scale laboratory and pilot plant facilities to fill a critical need in process development
Biomass Conversion: MATRIC's activities related to renewable raw materials
MATRIC appoints new chief executive
Hedrick has resigned as head of Bayer CropScience's Institute Industrial Park to become MATRIC's CEO
Hedrick named new CEO of MATRIC
Hedrick will take over beginning Feb. 1, 2013
MATRIC selects Steven Hedrick as new CEO
Hedrick has an extensive background in the chemical industry
CEO Leaving 'Very Stable' MATRIC
Pauley says he is certain the organization is in good hands and on the right track
MATRIC Announces Leadership Change
Keith Pauley takes new job in China; Greg Clutter appointed interim President and CEO
Dow Unveils Lab Safety Website
Training: Resource hosts comprehensive video library
Silencing Bacterial Communications
Antibiotics: New highly active inhibitors of quorum sensing show promise as agents against staph infections
Earnings Fall In Japan
Annual Results: Latest fiscal year hurt nation’s chemical makers
Gorgeous, Intricate Microflowers From Mineral Chemistry In A Beaker
Patterning method is inspired by how the environment shapes shells and coral
Safety Probe Of Academic Labs
Accidents: Yearlong study aims for safer practices in nonindustry facilities
Resistance to last-line antibiotic makes bacteria resistant to immune system
(American Society for Microbiology) Bacteria resistant to the antibiotic colistin are also commonly resistant to antimicrobial substances made by the human body, according to a study ...
UC Davis engineers create on-wetting fabric drains sweat
(University of California - Davis) Waterproof fabrics that whisk away sweat could be the latest application of microfluidic technology developed by bioengineers at UC Davis.
Iron-platinum alloys could be new-generation hard drives
(University of California - Davis) UC Davis researchers have found a convenient way to make layered iron-platinum alloys and tailor their properties, a promising material for a potent...
Researchers perform fastest measurements ever made of ion channel proteins
(Columbia University) A team of researchers at Columbia Engineering has used miniaturized electronics to measure the activity of individual ion-channel proteins with temporal resoluti...
Opening doors to foldable electronics with inkjet-printed graphene
(Northwestern University) Imagine a bendable tablet computer or an electronic newspaper that could fold to fit in a pocket. The technology for these devices may not be so far off, tha...
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