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DSM Performance Materials Award 2010 presented to Professor Han E.H. Meijer


Han E.H. Meijer, Professor of Polymer Technology and Scientific Director of the Research School Eindhoven Polymer Laboratories at the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands, has been awarded the DSM Performance Materials Award 2010 in recognition of his exceptional contributions to ...


Cutting carbon through gasification


Almost 200 energy experts will head to The Netherlands later this year for the 10th European Gasification Conference: Cutting carbon through gasification. Keynote speakers at the 3-day event, organised by IChemE, include Mike Gibbons OBE, commercial director at Powerfuel Power, the UK company ...


Proposed new member of Royal DSM N.V. Supervisory Board


Royal DSM N.V. announced that the Supervisory Board proposes to appoint Mr. Rob Routs as a member. Mr. Routs (63, Dutch nationality) held various posts at the Royal Dutch Shell group until his retirement at the end of 2008. His last positions were Executive Director Downstream and member of the ...


DSM announces retirement of Managing Board member Jan Zuidam


Royal DSM N.V. announced that Jan Zuidam, Deputy Chairman of the Managing Board of Directors of DSM, will retire on 1 January 2010, after 36 years of service with DSM, of which he served 12 years as member of DSM's Managing Board. The Supervisory Board and the Managing Board have agreed not to ...


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A molecular ripcord for chemical reactions


Researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) have developed an entirely new method for starting chemical reactions. For the first time they used mechanical forces to control catalytic activity - one of the most fundamental concepts in chemistry. This allowed them to initiate chemical ...


First high-resolution images of bone, tooth and shell formation


Researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) have for the first time made high-resolution images of the earliest stages of bone formation. They used the world's most advanced electron microscope to make three-dimensional images of the nano-particles that are at the heart of the ...


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