The Gulf Coast and Southeast regions saw the largest gains compared to June out of the seven regions tracked by the American Chemistry Council.
The Chemours Co., the former performance chemicals business spun off from the DuPont Co. earlier this year, is closing its Delaware titanium dioxide production facility.
Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee hope that newly developed chemical processes could revolutionize the treatment of alcoholism.
Research conducted by Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville biologist Kyong Yoon found that 104 of 109 lice samples showed gene mutations associated with resistance to pyrethroids.
A $750 million wrongful death lawsuit filed against Fort Detrick charges that the Army's handling of chemical and biological toxins was reckless and responsible for a number of deaths and illnesses.
Mozzarella cheese at Panera restaurants won't be as glaringly white. Banana peppers in Subway sandwiches won't be the same exact shade of yellow. Trix cereal will have two less colors.
From a food science and technology perspective, sugar (sucrose) plays several roles when it comes to the functional properties in food.
Bones found at the proposed site of a Shell Chemical refinery in western Pennsylvania are likely from a family graveyard more than 100 years old.
A warehouse storing hazardous chemicals in the port city of Tianjin exploded last week, killing at least 114 people and injuring hundreds more.
Authorities say a man has died following a chemical tank explosion at a fertilizer plant in southwest Georgia.
The EIA says "U.S. crude oil inventories remain near levels not seen for this time of year in at least the last 80 years."
A Gulf Coast fertilizer manufacturer has pleaded guilty to polluting waterways, killing fish and destroying marshy areas around Bayou Casotte in Pascagoula.
Vinyl chloride, a gas linked to respiratory problems, dizziness and death, was released.
Two companies building a $1.8 billion fertilizer plant in southeastern Iowa will pay an $80,000 civil penalty for allegedly violating the Clean Water Act during construction.
A chemical leaking from a water treatment plant in Barberton, Ohio gave a local waterway a case of the blues.