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  • News - 25 Jul 2006
    Eastman Chemical Company today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement with Viceroy Acquisition Corporation for the sale of its Arkansas-based wholly owned subsidiary, Eastman SE, Inc.,...
  • News - 13 Jul 2006
    Volvo Car Corporation has developed a system for a multitude of fuels. The Volvo Multi-Fuel is a prototype car, optimized for running on five different fuel types; hythane, biomethane, natural gas,...
  • News - 6 Jul 2006
    Researchers and engineers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory have won six R&D 100 Awards, presented each year by R&D Magazine in recognition of the year's most...
  • News - 14 Jun 2006
    China should give fresh consideration to textiles recycling and its beneficial impact on resource conservation, it was argued at the BIR Textiles Division meeting in Beijing by Rainer Binger of FWS...
  • News - 12 May 2006
    In the past few years, scientists have found ways to make light go both faster and slower than its usual speed limit, but now researchers at the University of Rochester have published a paper in...
  • News - 9 May 2006
    By stacking layers of ceramic cloth with interlocking nanotubes in between, a team of researchers has created new composites with significantly improved properties compared to traditional materials....
  • News - 31 Mar 2006
    Why isn't ethanol production growing by leaps and bounds in the face of higher gasoline prices? Ethanol production from cornstarch is a $10 billion dollar business in the United States and 4...
  • News - 30 Mar 2006
    During the development of motor vehicles with improved passive protection for pedestrians, Adam Opel GmbH, headquartered in Rüsselsheim, Germany, entered into a cooperative effort with BASF and...
  • News - 23 Mar 2006
    The prohibition of asbestos in car brakes in the 1980s served as the starting shot for the production of brake shims made of rubber and steel laminate. Trelleborg Rubore saw its opportunity and today,...
  • News - 8 Mar 2006
    Scientists at The University of Manchester have created a new type of ‘bio-gel’ which provides a pH neutral environment for culturing cells in 3D, as published in the journal Advanced Materials (March...