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Arkema increases hydrogen peroxide pricing in Europe

04-09-2014

Arkema increases its prices of all grades of hydrogen peroxide in Europe by up to 10% effective on September 15, 2014 or as commitments allow.

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Borealis divests joint-ownership share in LeHavre urea production plant and relatedammonia storage facility

20-06-2014

Borealis announced that its French subsidiary Borealis Chimie divests its joint-ownership share in the Le Havre urea production plant and related ammonia storage facility at Gonfreville l'Orcher, France. Following the divestment, the plant and related storage facility will be fully owned by Yara ...

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Altuglas International increases prices for its PMMA acrylic resins

02-06-2014

Altuglas International, subsidiary of Arkema group, announced an increase of 120 Euros per metric ton for PMMA resins marketed under the Altuglas® trademark in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. This price increase will be applicable to all deliveries from July 1st 2014. The price revision is ...

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Neutron beams reveal how antibodies cluster in solution

23-05-2014

Scientists have used small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) and neutron spin-echo (NSE) techniques for the first time to understand how monoclonal antibodies (mAbs), a class of targeted biopharmaceuticals used to treat autoimmune disorders and cancer, dynamically cluster and move in high ...

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H.B. Fuller reopens state-of-the-art adhesive facility in Blois, France

21-05-2014

H.B. Fuller celebrated the official opening of its refurbished plant and laboratory in the historic town of Blois, France. The ceremony was attended by the local Mayor, Marc Gricourt, together with employees and representatives from the company’s leadership team.The redevelopment of H.B. Fuller’s ...

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Water treatment: Arkema and Polymem join forces to market a new ultrafiltration membrane technology

19-05-2014

Arkema and Polymem have jointly developed a new ultrafiltration hydrophilic membrane technology to produce high quality water over the long term.This ultrafiltration technology using membranes manufactured by Polymem from a nanostructured Kynar® PVDF polymer developed by Arkema, makes the ...

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Analytik Jena AG with New Managing Director at French Subsidiary

22-04-2014

Analytik Jena AG has gained a new top manager for its subsidiary in France with Michel Alric, previously Sales Manager EMEA at GE Water & Process Analytical Instruments. The new Managing Director, Alric, will head up and expand Analytik Jena AG's activities in neighboring France alongside Maik ...

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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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A nano-sized sponge made of electrons

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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