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Ultra-cold chemistry

First direct observation of exchange process in quantum gas


Considerable progresses made in controlling quantum gases open up a new avenue to study chemical processes. Rudolf Grimm's research team has now succeeded in directly observing chemical exchange processes in an ultracold sample of cesium atoms and Feshbach molecules. Complex processes, which to ...


Borealis distributes Student Innovation Award 2009


Borealis has selected the winners of its Student Innovation Award 2009. Launched in 2008, the award recognises the two most innovative research papers on polyolefins, olefins or melamine, one for a master’s degree and one for a doctorate graduate. A monetary award of EUR 5,000 for the doctorate ...


Borealis increases polyethylene and polypropylene prices


Borealis announced that it will increase all polyethylene and polypropylene prices by EUR 100/tonne as of January 25, 2010. “We have decided on this price increase to restore our margins and stay in line with our innovation strategy,” comments Lorenzo Delorenzi, Borealis Executive Vice President ...


Borealis to exit rotomoulding business


Borealis, has announced its decision to withdraw all activities for the rotomoulding sector by March 31, 2010. Borealis has been committed to the rotomoulding market for many years, providing value for a wide customer base and driving industry standards through its active participation in the ...


Major investment at Borealis Innovation Headquarters in Linz

After opening the Innovation Headquarters, Borealis invests additional EUR 75 million in Linz


After investing EUR 50 million in the expansion of the international Innovation Headquarters in Linz, Borealis plans an additional investment of EUR 75 million in Upper Austria, setting the next milestone in the development of the plastics region. The actual implementation is subject to authority ...


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Gerd Löbbert joins Borealis Executive Board


Borealis has announced the appointment of Gerd Löbbert as Executive Vice President for Base Chemicals, effective January 1, 2010. He will report to Chief Executive Mark Garrett and be based at the Borealis Head Office in Vienna, Austria. Gerd Löbbert was born in Germany in 1957. He studied ...


Borealis inaugurates international Innovation Headquarters in Linz, Austria


On November 20, 2009, Borealis inaugurated its international Innovation Headquarters in Linz, Austria. This event was the culmination of approximately one and a half years of construction and a total investment volume of EUR 50 million. About 350 international Borealis employees from over 30 ...


S. Goldmann announced as new German distributor for Colonial


Colonial Chemical, Inc. and S. Goldmann GmbH & Co. KG have joined forces to bring quality chemicals to Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Being a vital link between customers and international suppliers, S. Goldmann is instrumental in both solving customer-specific problems and meeting the ...


New Light On Electron Density

Measuring electron orbitals


For the first time, it has been possible to measure electron density in individual molecular states using what is known as the photoelectric effect. Now published in Science, this method represents a key building block in the development of organic semiconductor elements. Supported by the ...


Borealis' new polyethylene bench scale reactors up and running in Linz


A year ago Borealis announced the successful completion of the laboratory reactors for Polypropylene (PP) polymerisation at the international Innovation Headquarters in Linz. A team of international experts worked on the second stage of a step-changing innovation project for polyethylene ...


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