Drummond Corp., Burton, OH, offers precision machined plastic components without the contamination of metallic debris or coolants.
Korsch AG, South Easton, MA, a leader in the design and manufacture of tablet presses, and Thomas Engineering Inc., Hoffman Estates, IL, a leader in the distribution of tablet presses, tablet coating pans, and tablet press tooling, have formed a strategic partnership.
CoorsTek Inc., Golden, CO, a provider of industrial pump, valve, seal, and surge protection components and equipment for the energy and petrochemical industries, has expanded into the Houston, TX, area.
The 2007 Frost & Sullivan technology leadership award in the European polymerase chain reaction reagents market has been conferred on Israel-based Do-Coop Technologies Ltd.
Comsol, Burlington, MA, has introduced version 3.3a of its leading multiphysics simulation environment. The entire product family, including the Comsol Script suite of scientific computing software, now runs on Microsoft's Vista operating system as well as on Intel-based Macs.
A new MIT-developed computational method for molecular modeling aims to help scientists reduce soot in hydrocarbons, understand what causes ozone degradation, and discover other chemical molecular behaviors that could potentially improve the atmosphere.
Huntsman Corp., Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP, and Montgomery Chemicals LLC are the latest companies to join the American Chemistry Council.
If there is one thing all workplace safety experts agree on, it is the need for proper protective equipment when undertaking hazardous tasks.
Diversa Corp. and Celunol Corp. have signed a definitive merger agreement to create a new leader in the emerging cellulosic ethanol industry.
Despite pressures from external challenges, the U.S. plastics industry remains one of the largest manufacturing sectors in the U.S.
Things could get ugly for investors who ignore glaring health risks in the cosmetics industry, warns a new report from the Investor Environmental Health Network (IEHN), which represents 20 investment organizations with $22 billion in assets under management.
In a reversal of ExxonMobil's ascendancy in 2005, Shell Oil Co. has reclaimed the title of the largest global lubricants marketer for 2006, according to a study by Kline & Co. Shell Oil.
The American Chemistry Council (ACC) has announced a significant re-branding of the organization as well as the completion of the merger with the American Plastics Council.
Nanotechnology has been heralded as the next industrial revolution, with the nanotechnology market estimated to reach $1 trillion by 2015.