Latest Chemical Stories
An outline of requirements under the Seveso III Directive and the likely costs of compliance
A study of several dozen compounds based on a fungal chemical has shown potent anti-tumour activity
A new system of safety regulation of oil and gas exploration and extraction activities in Ireland will come into effect in November
Irish industry requires coating systems from Carbon Group that offer protection from corrosion and fire, as well as durability
What are ionic liquids, what do they do and why are they relevant to chemical engineers?
Why do so many chemical engineers, like Pope Francis I, go on to thrive in very different professions after they graduate?
Maintaining high RFC levels in reservoirs can add to system chlorine demand and THM production
Chemical engineers have recently found a way to catalyse more sugars from biomass
Chlorine demand characteristics of Irish water suppliesApril 18, 2013
Process design implications for disinfection and also for THM formation
Engineering researchers develop new method to kill pathogenic bacteria without antiobiotics or chemicals
Faced with the issue of patent expiry, pharmaceutical companies are focusing on previously unmet patient needs
Is isobutanol the petroleum of tomorrow?March 20, 2013
Chemical engineers have boosted isobutanol production from yeast by 260%
The case for nuclear power in IrelandMarch 19, 2013
Should Ireland turn to nuclear power as an affordable and reliable energy source?