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7:05 AM, 25th November 2016
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Givaudan expands flavour unit in Singapore: invest CHF 5 mn

SINGAPORE: Givaudan has invested CHF 5 million ($4.92 million) to expand its flavour innovation centre (FIC) in Singapore. This expansion includes a new fully integrated culinary space for concept development, as well as new or expanded savoury, bakery, confectionery, beverage and dairy facilities to serve all market sectors. The FIC is home to the Asia Pacific (APAC) campus of the Givaudan Flavour School, which is training the next generation of flavourists in the region, and the APAC Academy ...

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11:04 AM, 23rd November 2016
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Optimising industry’s output with IIoT

In an interview Anne-Marie Walters, Global Marketing Director, Bentley Systems with Chemical Today magazine speaks at length about the global acceptance of IIoT by the chemical industry and ways in which this technology is leveraging accuracy, authentic and safety standards of the industry. By Debarati Das What are the latest trends in the IIoT segment? The chemical industry is mature when it comes to sensing and automation systems for safely controlling operations and monitoring major items ...

10:03 AM, 23rd November 2016
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TfS: Taking tough calls is essential while endorsing sustainability

In a discussion Dr Deepak Parikh, CEO & Managing Director - Clariant India, Region President - the Middle East, Africa, India - Clariant International with Chemical Today magazine speaks about Together for Sustainability (TfS) initiative and sustainability in the chemical industry. Defining sustainability in chemical industry: Sustainable development is critical to foster growth in the Indian chemical industry, as the industry forms a crucial part of the entire manufacturing ecosystem, rig ...

9:27 AM, 23rd November 2016
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Lead, heavy metals have been found in soft drinks: Govt of India

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Lead and other heavy metals like Cadmium and Chromium have been found in the samples of five different soft drinks manufactured by two major multinational companies in India, the Rajya Sabha informed. "Samples of five different cold drinks--Sprite, Mountain Dew, 7UP, Pepsi and Coca-Cola were chosen by the stratified sampling method and the samples were submitted to National Test House (in Kolkata) for testing," Minister of State for Health Faggan Singh Kulaste said in a writt ...

7:00 AM, 23rd November 2016
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CPhI & P-MEC round table: aims to make India a Pharma Super Power

MUMBAI, INDIA: CPhI & P-MEC, one of the most significant event of UBM India witnessed the CEO Round Table, in association with West Pharma. The exclusive, closed door Round Table was an assembly of India’s most influential CEOs, Presidents & Founders from leading pharmaceutical companies, and Policy Makers & Senior Representatives from Pharmaceutical Associations who engaged with one another on the vital issue of what it would take to Drive Radical Growth to make India a Pharm ...

12:00 PM, 22nd November 2016
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UBM India unveils 10th edition of CPhI & P-MEC event

MUMBAI, INDIA: The 10th-anniversary edition of UBM India’s signature event, CPhI & P-MEC India 2016 was officially launched this year. It is one of the world’s leading pharma networking expos. To celebrate the milestone, this year’s edition is being held between November 21 and 23 in Mumbai– for the first time, at two concurrent venues – The Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC) while it also made its debut at the MMRDA Grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC). The inaugu ...

11:15 AM, 22nd November 2016
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Scientists successfully develops blood cells from skin cells

SINGAPORE: A team of scientists led by A*STAR’s Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) and Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB) have artificially generated new mouse blood and immune cells from skin cells. This is an important initial step to the final aim: the engineering of new human blood cells from skin cells or other artificial sources. One of the main challenges of regenerative medicine is to produce new blood and immune cells for patients in need. This development could lead ...

10:34 AM, 22nd November 2016
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Clariant, Sicpa unveils new protection solution for medical devices

MUMBAI, INDIA: Clariant and Sicpa SA, a trusted provider of global security solutions, have collaborated to develop and unveil a strong integrated protection for plastic pharmaceutical packaging or medical devices, PLASTIWARD. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 8 percent of the medical devices in circulation are forged, and Interpol estimates $75 billion in fake pharmaceuticals enter the market every year. Obviously, fake medical devices pose an important liability to t ...

8:01 AM, 22nd November 2016
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Each element; each chemical; each process; each research; and each corporate has a story to tell!

Editorial of Chemical Today magazine. As we breeze through the New Year 2016, we at World Of Chemicals have started off with a bang by launching our Global Digital Magazine – ‘Chemical Today.’ With years of experience in online information (www.worldofchemicals.com), the digital magazine is the way forward with in-depth coverage, premium content and industry connect making it worth your while. Like we said: Each Element; Each Chemical; Each Process; Each Research and Each ...

11:04 AM, 21st November 2016
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Unearthing the enormous scope of copper

In an interview, Navin Dalmia, Managing Director and CEO, D R Congo operations of Rubamin Limited with Chemical Today magazine digs up the mine of opportunities that copper has to offer to the industry. From industry trends, challenges to potentials, he talks about how Congo became a significant investment destination for Rubamin. By Shivani Mody Dynamics of copper and opportunities in Congo. The total global demand for copper is 20 million tonnes. Nearly 50 percent of this demand is produced ...

10:21 AM, 21st November 2016
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Clariant to begin operations at its healthcare packaging facility in India

MUMBAI, INDIA: Clariant said that its new greenfield production facility in Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu, India is scheduled as planned and is likely to begin production of dessicant canisters by the second semester of 2017. This plant will be an important supplier to Clariant's global desiccant canister production. Clariant's business line Healthcare Packaging had performed the groundbreaking ceremony of this plant in January 2016. This facility will produce desiccant canisters, the primary ...

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