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Using bacteria to make electrodes

05-12-2013

Scientists in France have produced hematite using a bacterial pathway for use as an electrode material in Li-ion technologies. Currently, most commercial electrode materials for Li-ion technologies are prepared using the ceramic method, which requires long heating periods at high temperatures ...

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X-rays reveal an unexpected property of widely used nanoparticles

14-11-2013

A new chapter has been opened in our understanding of the chemical activity of nanoparticles says a team of international scientists. Using the X-ray beams of the European Synchrotron ESRF they showed that the electrons absorbed and released by cerium dioxide nanoparticles during chemical ...

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New European database launched

10-10-2013

A new public database of Europe’s finest scientific research facilities has been launched today to better inform policy makers about the deployment of science funding and to help scientists locate and access the most appropriate equipment and services to support their research. This new tool is ...

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Arkema announces a further increase for its EVA Evatane copolymers

16-09-2013

Following a €50/MT price increase on August 1st 2013, Arkema announces a further €50/MT price increase effective early September for its entire Evatane®range (high content Ethylene Vinyl Acetate copolymers).Both price increases, amounting to €100/MT over the August and September period, have ...

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Erik Orsenna joins the Board of Directors at Carbios

09-09-2013

Carbios announced the appointment of Erik Orsenna to its Board of Directors. Erik Orsenna's experience as an economist, writer and essayist gives him the authority to express his views on the major economic and environmental challenges that we are now facing and make him an obvious choice to ...

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Arkema is announcing the construction of production capacities for new refrigerant fluorinated gas 1234yf

06-09-2013

Arkema is announcing that it is moving forward with the construction of a 1234yf LGWP refrigerant gas production plant with an anticipated start-up in 2016. Forane 1234yf refrigerant gas will serve the future needs and satisfy regulations in the global automotive mobile air conditioning ...

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Nano-tattoos for bespoke surface design

11-06-2013

Research reports a new strategy for using atomic force microscopy (AFM) coupled with homogeneous catalysis to carry out chemical reactions that have been ‘tattooed’ onto a material surface. Researchers in France immobilised a homogeneous transition metal catalyst onto an AFM probe and used it to ...

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Novasep appoints Udo Steinhauer as fine chemicals market director

05-06-2013

Novasep announces it has strengthened its position in the fine chemicals marketplace with the appointment of Udo Steinhauer as fine chemicals market director within the synthesis business unit of Novasep. Udo Steinhauer has a strong industrial experience gained over 18 years in diverse managerial ...

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Carbios signs a €7 million strategic collaboration with INRA

15-04-2013

Carbios, a green chemistry company that specializes in innovative biological and industrial processes for recovering plastic waste and is developing competitive production processes for biosourced plastics and biopolymers, announced the signature of a pivotal €7-million collaboration with the ...

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Multi-coloured photonic materials with a ‘woodpile’ structure

27-03-2013

High quality photonic materials possessing a ‘woodpile’ structure have been fabricated using a single prism holographic lithography technique. The multicolored materials, which comprise of 160nm rods stacked in alternating piles, show enhanced fluorescence due to their large surface area and the ...

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