First alumina from Saudi bauxite

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Ma’aden and Alcoa develop an industrial complex in Saudi Arabia to supply the Gulf region and international markets with primary aluminum, alumina and aluminum products.

ThyssenKrupp concludes offtake agreement with NioCorp

ThyssenKrupp concludes offtake agreement with NioCorp

ThyssenKrupp Metallurgical Products has expanded its product portfolio and concluded an offtake agreement for ferroniobium with NioCorp Developments Ltd.

Multifunctional coating for public touch displays

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Schott introduces what it claims to be the first permanently anti-reflective and oleophobic coating for touchscreens.

BASF inaugurates catalysts manufacturing operation in Shanghai

BASF have inaugurated its expanded mobile emissions catalysts manufacturing operation in Shanghai, China.

New class of industrial polymers discovered

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New experimental polymers delivers cheaper, lighter, stronger and recyclable materials ideal for electronics, aerospace, airline and automotive industries.

BASF opens new R&D centre in Mumbai, India

Will focus on organic synthesis, advanced process and formulation research, discovery chemistry for modern agricultural solutions, and molecular modelling.

Converting carbon dioxide into valuable chemicals

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ThyssenKrupp initiates project to convert process gases from steel production into base chemicals.

Mass production of polymer-nanotube composite fibers

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Mass production of polymer-nanotube composite fibers using FibeRio forcespinning technology for cheap and strong carbon fibers.

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Carbon dioxide – raw material of the future

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2nd CO2-Conference on Carbon Dioxide as Feedstock for Chemistry and Polymers in “Haus der Technik” Essen, Germany, October 7th to 9th 2013

Metal-organic framework, heal thyself!

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A problem with metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) is that their slightly ionic nature renders their structure vulnerable to deformation.

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