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Outperforming nature's water filtration ability with nanotubes


At just the right size, carbon nanotubes can filter water with better efficiency than biological proteins, a new study reveals. The results could pave the way to new water filtration systems, at a time when demands for fresh water pose a global threat to sustainable development. A class of ...


K-State researchers patent a new multipurpose gel material with wide commercial applications


A team of Kansas State University researchers has patented a new, more cost effective way to make a gel that can be used in fuel cells, water filtration systems, or perhaps as a net to capture fine cometary dust. K-State physics professor Christopher Sorensen was the lead researcher for carbon ...


3M Completes Acquisition of Ligacon AG, Filtration Supplier in Switzerland


3M announced it has completed its acquisition of Ligacon AG, a Switzerland-based manufacturer and supplier of filtration systems and filter elements for the pharmaceutical, biotech and general industrial markets. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. As part of 3M CUNO Filtration, Ligacon ...


Innovative ideas to protect drinking water selected

Research budget of EUR 250,000 divided up among nine projects


National Geographic Germany and Bayer AG challenged research scientists last year to come up with innovative ideas to protect drinking water, committing a total of EUR 250,000 in financial support through the "Global Exploration Fund". From the 94 suggestions submitted, nine research projects ...


Rhodia sells Orelis, its membrane filtration technologies subsidiary


Rhodia announced the sale of its Orelis subsidiary, specializing in membrane filtration technologies, to the French Novasep group. The transaction is effective as of today. A manufacturer of organic and inorganic membranes, Orelis also provides services for the design and installation of ...


Whatman HemaSure is Chosen as a Supplier to the Blood Centers of America


Whatman HemaSure, a pioneer in the development of technologies that filter donated blood to reduce contaminating leukocytes, today announced that it has signed a purchase agreement with the Blood Centers of America (BCA), a cooperative of community blood centers from across the U.S., to supply ...


Ashland’s Drew Marine Division to Distribute Draeger Safety Inc.’s Line of Personal Air Filtration Systems


Drew Marine, a division of Ashland Specialty Chemical Company (Dublin, Ohio), and Draeger Safety Inc. (Pittsburgh, Pa.) have announced an agreement naming Drew Marine distributor for Draeger’s complete line of self-contained breathing apparatus and gas detection equipment throughout the ...


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