The Chemical Safety Board takes an in-depth look at the dangers of combustible dust, using footage from the Imperial Sugar explosion and other accidents to illustrate its destructive capabilities.
Heatwave: A black pigment that becomes transparent when heated - great for making a cloaking cop car that transforms from an unmarked vehicle to fully marked police unit with the flick of a switch.
A great demonstration of how Coriolis flowmeters simultaneously measure liquid flow and density.
A look at the DeltaV and PlantWeb solution technologies on show at the the Emerson Exchange show earlier this week.
LOS ANGELES - OriginOil, Inc. today announced an innovative production system using a type of algae that attaches itself to growth surfaces. The new system helps pursue clean water goals while generating algae for fuel and other valuable products in wastewater treatment plants.
LONDON (AP) - Kraft Foods Inc. has six weeks to make a binding offer to buy British candy maker Cadbury PLC or else walk away for at least six months, Britain's mergers and acquisitions regulator said Wednesday.
DINA CAPPIELLO Associated Press Writer - September 30, 2009 WASHINGTON (AP) -
Keeling & Walker Ltd of Stoke-on-Trent, located 158 miles (253 km) northwest of London, is the world's largest producer of tin oxide. Not only is tin oxide a very abrasive material, it is very difficult to handle. It smears, doesn't flow well, and readily bridges.
Muskegon, Michigan - Reid Supply Company has added over 20,000 new apparel and footwear products to its online offerings at ReidSupply.com .
ORLANDO, FLA - Signaling an important change in technology trends, Emerson is making process control technology easier to use with its introduction of the Human Centered Design Institute.
MARIA DANILOVA Associated Press Writer - September 29, 2009 KIEV, Ukraine (AP) - The Ukrainian government auctioned off a key chemical plant Tuesday but canceled the controversial sale just minutes later, claiming the bidders conspired to drive the price down.
MELANIE S. WELTE Associate Press Writer - September 29, 2009 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Every winter, airports across the country spray millions of gallons of deicing chemicals onto airliners and allow the runoff to trickle away.
BERLIN (AP) - Chemicals maker BASF SE on Tuesday announced plans to invest a total of euro2 billion ($2.9 billion) in Asia through 2013 as it targets faster demand growth in the region.