This video highlights the various services offered by the Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center in the areas of product development and analytical chemistry.
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Moving from drug discovery to drug development requires a particular skillset usually not yet honed by start-ups. This phase of the development process is highly regulated and critical. Let Dr. Colin Minchom take you through the aspects of the Chemistry, Manufacturing and Control (CMC) portion of the drug development process. Watch this video to learn about the pharmaceutical product development which includes objectives of formulation, cost-effective strategies to reach key milestones and more. MaRS -- Building Canada's next generation of global technology companies. marsdd.com
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#iitutor #Chemistry #ChemicalMonitoringAndManagement https://www.iitutor.com/ New product Development in paints This career role involves the development of new paints to meet changing market needs. The chemist would ideally have academic qualifications such as a Bachelor of Science, followed by postgraduate qualifications in fields such as polymer science or colloid science. The chemist would have a good underlying knowledge of chemical concepts, particularly in organic chemistry, solvents, colloids and polymers. The chemist would be working as a member of a team developing and testing new colloidal paints to suit specific purposes. Environmental Monitoring: Often employed by government agencies, this chemist could be involved in monitoring air and water quality and interpreting data to provide policy advice to statutory authorities. The chemist would ideally have a Bachelor of Science, followed by postgraduate qualifications in fields such as scientific communication or management. The chemist would have a good underlying knowledge of chemical concepts, particularly in chemical analysis, including separation techniques and spectrometry. The chemist would be working as a member of a team providing advice on the formulation of government policies relating to air and water quality. Research Chemist in surfactants: Surfactants are substances that reduce surface tension and enhance the solubility or emulsification of organic substances in water. A chemist working in research in this area would be assisting develop new products for agriculture and/or cleaning products. Their role would be to develop and trial new products which meet strict environmental standards and to assist in the development of large-scale production of the product. They would work with a team of research chemists, each specialising in different areas, but all with a basic knowledge of surface chemistry, organic chemistry, chemical synthesis and analysis. They would work closely with chemical engineers when taking the new surfactant to full-scale production. Research Chemist in drug development This career role involves the development of new pharmaceuticals to improve the treatment of diseases or medical conditions. The chemist would ideally have a Bachelor of Science, followed by postgraduate qualifications such as a PhD in organic chemistry. The chemist would have a good underlying knowledge of chemical concepts, particularly in organic chemistry, computer-aided molecular design and chemical synthesis. The chemist would be working as a member of a team developing and testing new substances designed for specific purposes. This career role involves the design, operation and enhancement of industrial chemical plants. These include mineral extraction processes, such as the extraction of aluminium or iron, oil refineries, sulfuric acid and fertiliser plants, and plants associated with the manufacture of high grade chemicals. This career role would require academic qualifications such as a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. The chemical engineer would have a good underlying knowledge of chemical and engineering concepts and play a major role in ensuring that the chemical plant is economically viable, produces a consistently high quality product, and meets modern environmental guidelines. Polymer chemists are employed in research and development laboratories to produce synthetic fibres, adhesives, colloids and surface coatings. Analytical chemists work in a wide variety of industries including the mining and metal production industries. In these industries they analyse and develop ways of purifying raw minerals as well as developing and improving ways to extract metals from ores. Biochemists investigate the chemical reactions that occur in living systems. They work for agricultural, medical and food industries. Whatever the industry, industrial chemists monitor and manage the production process. They also are involved in research and development. Some key features of their role are: • Analysis of raw materials to ensure they are suitable for use in the industry. • Designing a safe and reliable chemical process to ensure optimum reaction rate and reaction yield. • Sampling and analysing materials and products along the production line to ensure quality control. • Monitoring and managing emissions to ensure minimal workplace and environmental pollution. • Ongoing research to improve the products as well as developing new products. Analytical chemistry involves the determination of the quantitative composition of materials. Analytical chemists use a wide variety of chemical and instrumental techniques to investigate the composition of a material. In an analytical laboratory, specialist chemists often work in a cooperative team under the direction of a head chemist.
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What is PROCESS CHEMISTRY? What does PROCESS CHEMISTRY mean? PROCESS CHEMISTRY meaning - PROCESS CHEMISTRY definition - PROCESS CHEMISTRY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Process chemistry is the arm of pharmaceutical chemistry concerned with the development and optimization of a synthetic scheme and pilot plant procedure to manufacture compounds for the drug development phase. Process chemistry is distinguished from medicinal chemistry, which is the arm of pharmaceutical chemistry tasked with designing and synthesizing molecules on small scale in the early drug discovery phase. Medicinal chemists are largely concerned with synthesizing a large number of compounds as quickly as possible from easily tunable chemical building blocks (usually for SAR studies). In general, the repertoire of reactions utilized in discovery chemistry is somewhat narrow (for example, the Buchwald-Hartwig amination, Suzuki coupling and reductive amination are commonplace reactions). In contrast, process chemists are tasked with identifying a chemical process that is safe, cost and labor efficient, “green,” and reproducible, among other considerations. Oftentimes, in searching for the shortest, most efficient synthetic route, process chemists must devise creative synthetic solutions that eliminate costly functional group manipulations and oxidation/reduction steps. This article focuses exclusively on the chemical and manufacturing processes associated with the production of small molecule drugs. Biological medical products (more commonly called “biologics”) represent a growing proportion of approved therapies, but the manufacturing processes of these products are beyond the scope of this article. Additionally, the many complex factors associated with chemical plant engineering (for example, heat transfer and reactor design) and drug formulation will be treated cursorily. Cost efficiency is of paramount importance in process chemistry and, consequently, is a focus in the consideration of pilot plant synthetic routes. The drug substance that is manufactured, prior to formulation, is commonly referred to as the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) and will be referred to as such herein. API production cost can be broken into two components: the “material cost” and the “conversion cost.” The ecological and environmental impact of a synthetic process should also be evaluated by an appropriate metric (e.g. the EcoScale). An ideal process chemical route will score well in each of these metrics, but inevitably tradeoffs are to be expected. Most large pharmaceutical process chemistry and manufacturing divisions have devised weighted quantitative schemes to measure the overall attractiveness of a given synthetic route over another. As cost is a major driver, material cost and volume-time output are typically weighted heavily. The material cost of a chemical process is the sum of the costs of all raw materials, intermediates, reagents, solvents and catalysts procured from external vendors. Material costs may influence the selection of one synthetic route over another or the decision to outsource production of an intermediate. The conversion cost of a chemical process is a factor of that procedure's overall efficiency, both in materials and time, and its reproducibility. The efficiency of a chemical process can be quantified by its atom economy, yield, volume-time output, and environmental factor (E-factor), and its reproducibility can be evaluated by the Quality Service Level (QSL) and Process Excellence Index (PEI) metrics.
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Jennifer McClure went to a BOCES culinary program in high school followed by culinary school. She learned more about the chemistry of culinary product development with a Food Science and Nutrition degree to further her career. She interned and worked for a seafood company and transitioned to Love Beets USA where she is a new product developer. She loves being creative in developing new and improved recipes for manufacturing to be distributed in the marketplace. Produced by WXXI for American Graduate: Getting To Work #AmGradROC #AmGrad Explore More Good Jobs at: http://wxxi.org/grad
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VIO Chemicals is a Swiss chemical company with core competencies in custom design, development and production of specialty chemicals, intermediates and Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs). Its products are used by diverse global end markets, including the world’s leading chemical, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and nutraceutical companies. VIO Chemicals R&D is dedicated to the development of cost competitive, high-quality and highly-marketable products, while providing complete quality, regulatory and intellectual property support. The company is committed to the principles of sustainable use of chemistry and to its social and ethical responsibilities in all its operations. VIO Chemicals has its headquarters in Zurich, own state-of-the-art R&D centre in Greece and a representation office in China for strategic sourcing. In addition, the company boasts a vast network of manufacturing partners in China and India and engages several sales agents in Europe, Asia and the Americas. For more information, go to www.viochemicals.com. Learn more at https://www.viochemicals.com/.
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John Lucey, Ph.D., director of the Center for Dairy Research at University of Wisconsin in Madison, explains how cheese makers leverage chemistry to transform milk into cheese. It involves special "starter cultures" of microbes that convert lactose, "milk sugar;" into lactic acid; enzymes that "clot" milk proteins into a gel; separation of the solid curds from the watery whey; and other steps. Lucey explains how food scientists use analytical chemistry techniques to test the levels of fat, protein, and flavor compounds in cheese to ensure a tasty, nutritious product. Produced by the American Chemical Society
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Detail the innovation process in the R&D department in Milford.
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Organic chemists combine in situ FTIR spectroscopy reaction monitoring tools in early product and process development: http://www.mt.com/global/en/home/products/L1_AutochemProducts/ReactIR.html?GLO_YT_Autochem_OTH_Youtube_Autochem
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Sustainable Development and chemicals? It may sound like these two don't go hand in hand but could we really live without chemicals? In the seventh video of the Chemistry Calendar we learn that chemists have an important roll in the work towards a sustainable future. The Chemistry Calendar is a joint project between Molecular Frontiers, Chalmers University of Technology, University of Gothenburg and Universeum. We work together with film company Untamed Science to launch a video per month during the International Year of Chemistry 2011. You can find out more, and download teaching material at http://www.moleclues.org/chemistry-calendar Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/FC6U/
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NOTE: If you need captions, please click the CC button on the player to turn them on. Green chemistry is the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use or generation of hazardous substances. This video describes the role of EPA in providing innovative scientific solutions for the development of sustainable green products and processes by the chemical and fuel industries. For more information visit www.epa.gov/research/greenchemistry/
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Roche is a place for pioneers because we are doing now what patients need next. We have more than 18,000 employees working on research and development to deliver medical innovations that can help to improve lives of millions people. Following the first discovery of a molecule by our researchers, it takes more than 12 years and many steps before a doctor can prescribe our medicines whenever needed. Watch this video to learn more about the drug development process at Roche. To learn more about Research & Development (R&D) at Roche, visit https://www.roche.com/research_and_development.htm. Subscribe to our YouTube channel now: https://www.youtube.com/user/roche?sub_confirmation=1 Get in touch with us: https://www.roche.com/ https://www.facebook.com/RocheCareers https://www.linkedin.com/company/roche https://twitter.com/roche Roche has been committed to improving lives since the company was founded in 1896 in Basel, Switzerland. Today, Roche creates innovative medicines and diagnostic tests that help millions of patients globally. Roche is a leader in research-focused healthcare with combined strengths in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics. Roche is the world’s largest biotech company, with truly differentiated medicines in oncology, immunology, infectious diseases, ophthalmology and neuroscience. For more information and insights visit: https://www.roche.com/
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Method's Adam Lowry and Eric Ryan in conversation with Joel Makower at the 2012 GreenBiz Forum in San Francisco, talking about why Method doesn't market around "green", and how green chemistry is employed in their product development process.
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Organic chemists have been performing synthesis in organic chemistry the same way for over 50 years. Today's business environment is driving the need to increase R&D productivity to levels historically unachievable by round bottom flask workflows. EasyMax is a chemical synthesis reactor that allows organic chemists to run reactions from 1ml to 200 ml in a variety of reactors from -40 °C to 180 °C. https://www.mt.com/us/en/home/products/L1_AutochemProducts/Chemical-Synthesis-and-Process-Development-Lab-Reactors/Synthesis-Reactor-Systems.html?GLO_YT_Autochem_OTH_Youtube_Autochem The ability to discover new synthetic pathways in a timely manner is limited, due to the fundamental shortcomings associated with traditional methods. A critical parameter which cannot be investigated with traditional synthesis techniques is reaction temperature, which is not often optimized due to time pressures associated with development. Traditional synthesis techniques lack control capabilities and hinder the pace of development when expanding experimental evaluations to other critical process parameters such as stirring, pH, and dosing rate. Innovative chemistry to develop process conditions and breakthrough molecules, which enable safe and economically viable processes, is what chemists are continually searching for. New techniques are necessary to develop better chemistry and execute more successful experiments due to the increase in molecule complexity, high scale up confidence, and shorter timelines required by industry. Methods used to expand research and development of optimized process conditions and innovative molecules are effectively used by researchers today: • Controlling parameters to avoid impurity formation during a guanidine reaction • Identifying the ideal operating conditions for a successful triflation reaction • Inline reaction rate meter tracking a two-step lithium borohydride reduction • Central composite Design of Experiment (DoE) for guanidine reaction scale-up
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Topic: SPF Chemistry Makes it a Safe Product Welcome to SPF Talk. The show that brings you the scoop on the SPF and Polyurea industries. Hi, I’m Jay Davidson, CEO of Spray Foam Insider. Our topic today is titled “SPF Chemistry Makes it a Safe Product”. My guest is Dr. George Thompson, President & CEO of Chemical Compliance Systems, Inc. Dr. Thompson has a PhD in toxicology and pharmacology. He has 14 years of experience in industrial hazard and risk assessments, environmental evaluations and product development. He has published 21 hazardous chemical books, 39 technical/research articles, hosted two worldwide and three national safety/health conferences and trained over 10,000 employees. He has been an expert witness for legal cases involving SPF. He recently gave a presentation at the 2018 SPFA Convention entitled, “SPF Chemistry Makes it a Safe Product.” Contact info: www.chemply.com Email: [email protected] Phone: 973.663.2148
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Dr. Pamela Spencer, Director of Product Sustainability Consulting at the Dow Chemical Company, talks about alternative assessments and strategies for developing sustainable products.
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Discovering and bringing one new drug to the market typically takes an average of 14 years of research and clinical development efforts. Learn about the many different steps in the complex drug discovery and development process. © 2011 Novartis AG
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Semcon has developed a smart door alert device known as Life Sticker that will only cost €2 to produce. A prototype has been developed that can be stuck easily to any car, anywhere in the world. Life Sticker provides notification of cyclists approaching in order to prevent accidents. The concept was developed as part of an international competition at Semcon. Staff from all over the world was encouraged to develop technical solutions on the basis of the UN’s sustainability targets. Karin Russberg is Head of HR and Sustainability at Semcon. She explains more about the competition and the importance of accepting responsibility as a company. Read more on https://semcon.com/lifesticker Follow Semcon in social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/semcon LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/semcon Twitter: https://twitter.com/Semcon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/semcon/ Semcon - Product Development based on Human Behaviour
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"As the world gets smaller, people have the opportunity to respond." Bego Gerber, Chairman and Co-Founder of Chemists Without Borders, talks about his contributions in developing the non-profit organization that strives to solve humanitarian problems by mobilizing resources and expertise within the global chemistry community. Learn more about Bego Gerber: Bego Gerber is Chairman and Co-Founder of Chemists Without Borders, and focuses on board development, fundraising, public relations and partnerships. He is Managing Director of Business Development International, a lifestyle marketing company, and is an Executive Associate accredited by the Institute for Independent Business. Dr Gerber's expertise ranges from academic medical research to patented new product development in a no-walls start-up and in Fortune 100 R&D; and from idea processing and information management to entrepreneurial lifestyle marketing and the development of B-Quadrant businesses on the Internet. He has also spent many years as a passionate court appointed special advocate for abused and neglected children. Bego was educated at Heriot-Watt University in Scotland, has Master's and Doctoral degrees from the University of California, and was a postdoctoral fellow at The Johns Hopkins University.
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#iitutor #Chemistry #IndustrialChemistry https://www.iitutor.com Natural products are derived directly from resources available in nature and used with minimal (or no) modification. Examples include such items as ivory, gold, silver, vegetable oils, gypsum, natural rubber, wood, and wool. Natural resources are often only available in limited quantities. For example, wood and natural rubber are only available providing that forests are maintained. This is increasingly difficult as people build more houses and clear more land for crops and grazing. Other natural products such as ivory are now no longer readily available because of the inhumane nature of their harvesting and the shortage of the animals from which they are taken. It is important therefore that we not only attempt to manage natural resources, but that we should do this in such a way as to conserve both the ecology and the supply of natural products. More research is also necessary to search for technologies to replace natural products. Traditionally, whales were hunted to obtain whale oil for lamps and cooking as well as the manufacture of margarines, candles, soaps, cosmetics and perfumes. Whale meat was also eaten as it still is today in Japan. Improved whaling methods led to a dramatic decline in whale numbers by the mid-twentieth century and alternative oil sources needed to be found. Since 1860, oils derived from petroleum have been used as a fuel to replace whale oil in fuel lamps. Vegetable oils replaced whale oil in the manufacture of margarines. Candle wax is now derived from petroleum paraffin. The growing world population required the development of synthetic fertilisers to replace the shrinking world supplies of natural fertilisers. The development of the Haber Process (ammonia manufacture) and the Ostwald Process (manufacture of nitric acid) at the beginning of the twentieth century were important examples of industrial developments that led to the production of synthetic fertilisers. Superphosphate fertilisers were developed to replace the natural guano deposits. Ivory can be replaced with other natural products such as camel bone, but there are ethical issues involved in this product also, so a man-made replacement is an easier option. The first replacement for ivory came in the 1860s when Alexander Parkes developed his synthetic ivory called Parkesine and won a bronze medal for the invention at the World Fair in London in 1862. He had taken a naturally occurring polymer, cellulose, and nitrated (added nitric acid) to form the new polymer, cellulose nitrate. Cellulose nitrate had many of the properties of ivory. John Hyatt improved upon Parkesine by using a camphor solvent and called the product celluloid. It was the first thermoplastic. Celluloid could be moulded into many shapes, such as false teeth (with a camphor aftertaste and an unfortunate habit of softening when eating hot food), ladies' corsets, shirt-fronts, combs, knife handles, jewellery boxes, ping-pong balls (still used today), billiard balls, and projector film. The major drawback with the use of celluloid was that it is highly flammable. Billiard balls were known to burn explosively if hit too strongly together, and projector film to catch fire in the heat of the projector lights. There was still the problem that celluloid products yellowed and cracked over time. The next improvements were the production of cellulose acetate by the reaction of cellulose with acetic acid. Cellulose acetate was much less flammable than cellulose nitrates and replaced celluloid in many applications. Cellulose acetate can also be made into a fibre and used to make clothing. Once people realised the versatility of polymers, many new fibres and plastics were developed. In the early 1900s Leo Baekeland mixed phenol and formaldehyde under pressure with the application of heat to create Bakelite. This product quickly became an important synthetic plastic and was used for a variety of substances that required a good thermal and electrical insulator, for example saucepan handles and light fixtures. CD5111 http://youtu.be/yZiEItp-oyM
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http://woogleme.com/search/2010/02/chemistry-jobs/ chemistry jobs Conduct chemical and physical laboratory tests to assist scientists in making qualitative and quantitative analyses of solids, liquids, and gaseous materials for purposes, such as research and development of new products or processes, quality control, maintenance of environmental standards, and other work involving experimental, theoretical, or practical application of chemistry and related sciences.
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Our scientists and formulation experts help chemical customers everyday with product development and enhancements. We specialize in analytical, application and specification testing, in-depth product performance evaluation and quality control. To learn more, visit us at: https://www.nexeosolutions.com/chemicals/chemical-services/lab-testing-services/
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One overlooked area in the IoT world is how chemical sensors can provide valuable information. How is tracking chemistry useful? Most chemistry tracking devices, like glucose monitors, are not connected to the Internet, but there’s an emerging crop of devices that do. This is fantastic for the medical community, but what happens when we track chemistry for consumer health? At 6SensorLabs, we’re looking at how we can use chemistry data from a connected device to detect allergens in food. We will be using our work at 6SensorLabs to highlight the path we see moving the industry and to discuss how to make this data valuable for a larger audience. Scott graduated from MIT with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a focus in Product Design and Development. Previously, Scott worked in operations and management at Stroud Consulting, and in early product dev at Johnson & Johnson. At 6SensorLabs, Scott’s main focuses are product vision and product development process. He covers everything from early design to prototyping to sourcing suppliers and vendors to manufacturing the product. Scott is passionate about beautifully designed products, healthy living, and exceedingly comfortable chairs (or hammocks - those are great too). This presentation took place at the RE.WORK IOT Summit held in Boston on 28-29 May 2015: https://www.re-work.co/events/iot-boston
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Vote for our SXSW 2016 PanelPicker presentation "Better Living Through Chemistry and Sensors" with the 6SensorLabs' team - Dr. Jingqing Zhang, lead scientist, and Steve Portela, lead product development engineer! Learn more about the usage of Nima here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcPnXCjxOs0 Nima Co-founder and CPO Scott Sundvor explains how Nima works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6EXDQLMRq7Y For more information about Nima, visit our website: https://nimasensor.com
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You can directly support Crash Course at http://www.subbable.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Also, if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing great content. How did we get here? Well, in terms of Atomic Chemistry, Hank takes us on a tour of the folks that were part of the long chain of other folks who helped us get to these deeper understandings of the world. From Leucippus to Heisenberg to you - yes, YOU - the story of Atomic Chemistry is all wibbly-wobbly... and amazing. -- Table of Contents Leucippus, Democritus & Atomic Theory 0:09 Discharge Tubes 1:52 Ernest Rutherford & The Nucleus 4:22 Chemistry = Math 7:22 Niels Bohr Model 5:32 Heisenburg & Quantum Theory 6:35 -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Subbable: http://subbable.com/crashcourse
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Whiteley Corporation is committed to world leading research and innovative product development in the field of chemical manufacturing of cleaning and disinfection products. With over 80 years experience in the chemical manufacturing industry, Whiteley Corporation has built a reputation for exceptionally high standards of research, product innovation and development, manufacturing, distribution and technical support on a global scale. Whiteley Corporation's diverse range of specialty products are categorised under two divisions; Whiteley Medical and Whiteley Industrial. For more information visit www.whiteley.com.au
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Insight into Coating Technology Process from Mark Miller, Co-Founder of Coating Tech Slot Dies (www.slotdies.com). Adapted from Mark's Coating Matters, a featured column of Paper Film & Foil Converter Online (www.pffc-online.com). Mark's Coating Matters | Process In the world of developing a product for roll to roll processing, you have to look at both process development and product development. In the product development world, we're looking at the chemistries that are involved, the rheologies, and the viscosities that are occurring from one family of fluids to another family of fluids. But, what I want to concentrate on is the process engineering approach to process development for your product. When you're looking at that and you're dealing with a slot die, there are five main variables that you can attack in order to achieve an understanding of what your coating window is. The coating process window is the boundaries of where you can have your process set for a given fluid or a family of fluids in order to have a product that meets your customers' specifications. So, which are those five variables? The first one is the lip design. The slot dies have a certain geometry to the outside of their lips and that impacts how the fluid flow is going to be placed onto the web, how it's going to be smooth, and how it's going to look in its final form. The second variable is the lip gap. The lip gap is a cubic equation that tells you how that fluid is being sheared and the overall viscosity that is coming out. That has the biggest impact on the final velocity of the fluid. The third variable is the coating gap between the slot die and the substrate. For that slot die to be in the right position for a thin coating you need to precisely position the die to that substrate. The fourth variable is the offset of the upper and lower body. In some cases there is no offset, but you need to have the ability in order to offset that die when you're trying to learn what the process window is for a given set of family fluids. The fifth and final variable that we want to look at is the attack angle of the die to the substrate. In some cases it's just pointing directly to the center of the roll tangent to the substrate. But in some cases you need to be able to change that position so that the fluid has a different meniscus and is pinned to the substrate in order to create a different overall coating effect. With those five process variables, you can work with your chemistry or your product development engineer and you will be able to create not only a coating window but a product window that gets to the most effective product for your manufacturing capabilities.
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Professor Jean-Yves Maillard, Cardiff School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Dr Guy Braverman, GAMA Healthcare Ltd, collaborated together to enhance GAMA's products and R&D capacity. The collaboration involved a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), which placed a graduate (Harsha Siani) at the company for 2 years. Further Information: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/news/view/105221-superbug-wet-wipe-project-wins-innovation-award
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The foundation for success in manufacturing is an open dialog between research and manufacturing. From the initial project onboarding until final product manufacture is complete, our research scientists and manufacturing team communicate at key intervals during the developmental process. This ensures that the chemistry developed is readily scalable in a manufacturing environment and that critical process control parameters are identified. CML understands that maintaining a high ratio of Ph.D. scientists is essential to provide rapid and reliable chemistry services to support early preclinical quantities through full production at plant scale. Because our Ph.D. scientists follow the projects from the lab into the plant, we have the expertise to troubleshoot any possible issues that may arise during the scale up phase. Whether you need a synthetic route completely developed, or can provide us a fully developed process, we'll do whatever it takes to get the job done safely, efficiently, and on specification. Combine this with an obsessive focus on delivery and you'll understand that we are the right choice for all your chemistry needs. Process Chemistry Solutions Cambridge Major's reputation for providing solutions and expertise to solve our clients most difficult and challenging issues is unparalleled. Here are a few of the problems we solve daily for our clients: • Low overall yield or high dilutions • Difficult removal of metals to ICH limits • Removal of dangerous or hazardous reagents or intermediates • Difficulty eliminating chromatography from intermediates or API • Difficulty crystallizing intermediates or API
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Study Engineering in Denmark -- no tuition fees for EU citizens -- and increase your chance to get a job and career in Denmark! In the MSc in Engineering degree in Chemistry you can work in the production of phytopharmacology, food products, medicines or clean energy. You will also be qualified for consultancy work and project management in chemical, environmental and biotechnological industries. In the study programme you can specialise in one of four areas: Biotechnology and Bio-refining, Functional Materials, Academic Profile in Chemical Process Engineering, Organic Synthesis and Catalysis. Read more on www.sdu.dk/msc-chemistry /Jørgen Breier Henriksen Read more on English taught engineering degrees here www.sdu.dk/studyengineering
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The American Chemical Society honors The Dow Chemical Company for the development of pre-composite polymers that enable greener and higher performing architectural house paints. Awardees: Linda Adamson, James Bardman, Kebedeh Beshah, Marie Bleuzen, James Bohling, Ward Brown, Stan Brownell, Michael Clark, Jr., Beth Cooper, Steven Edwards, David Fasano, Catherine Finegan, John Hook, Melinda Keefe, Al Maurice, Ozzie Moore Pressley, William Rohrbach, and Wei Zhang. Subscribe! http://bit.ly/AmerChemSOc Twitter! https://twitter.com/ACSCatalysis For more information, please visit the Heroes of Chemistry website: https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/funding-and-awards/awards/industry/heroes.html You might also like: Prized Science: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcHSthRHciI&list=PLLG7h7fPoH8IO6wJ5vhENd6-vHJYbN5vo Q&A with Dr. Valentine Ananikov: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTvTLF4VCt0&list=PLLG7h7fPoH8KOwvhS5-MXo8QLgEBBFpKX ACS Catalysis Lectureship Award Video Series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQapgoOJ80M&list=PLLG7h7fPoH8LSS6DsWOzWF0lEPxkou-J6 Produced by the American Chemical Society, the world’s largest scientific society. ACS is a global leader in providing access to chemistry-related information and research through its multiple databases, peer-reviewed journals and scientific conferences. Join the American Chemical Society! https://bit.ly/Join_ACS
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Modern R&D organizations are rapidly adopting cloud-based IT infrastructures as they externalize a growing segment of operations spanning product research, discovery, and development. This is particularly evident in the life sciences industries where companies are moving from centralised, corporate-based facilities to a virtual network of contract research, development, and manufacturing organizations (CRDMOs), and academic institutions and corporate partners to enable product discovery and development. Software providers possessing commercial cloud-based infrastructures and services are poised to meet the needs of the life science industry as this externalized, collaborative IT paradigm shift matures. What is presented is a platform technology with the capability to integrate the use of ChemAxon chemistry with disparate data (LIMS, federated systems, data warehouses, ERPs, ELNs) while providing security measures that enable remote access across a range of devices for employees, and restricted access for CRDMOs.
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A North East chemicals research business has linked up with the Royal Society of Chemistry to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week. High Force Research Ltd, which specialises in new product development in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and fine chemicals industries invited Royal Society of Chemistry director, Clare Viney, to spend the day as an apprentice, highlighting the importance of apprenticeships and alternative career routes into science. The chemical research company received funding from the Royal Society of Chemistry through its EnterprisePlus Scheme: http://www.rsc.org/sme/ Companies can apply now for funding of up to £2,000 a year for three years towards the cost of an apprentice. Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RoyalSociety Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RoySocChem
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Microconsult, Inc., established in 1986, incorporated in 1994, is an independent microbiological and analytical chemistry testing laboratory located in Carrollton, Texas. Microconsult, Inc. is an FDA registered laboratory and is licensed by the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to test class 2 and 3 controlled substances. Microconsult, Inc. leads the industry in customer service, quality testing, and pricing. Microconsult, Inc. operates under good manufacturing practices and good laboratory practice regulations. Our customers are located throughout the United States. At Microconsult, Inc. we understand our customer's business needs as well as your technical requirements. Our quality policy: Microconsult, Inc. is dedicated to be one of the industry leaders in testing services. Our policy is to ensure accurate and timely testing services, and to continuously meet and/or exceed the expectations of our customers through day-to-day interaction. At Microconsult, Inc., we utilize USP, AOAC, ASTM and other methods including our in-house validated analytical methods where standard validated methods do not exist or are no longer valid for use in our state of the art analytical chemistry equipment. At Microconsult, Inc., we will work with you regarding new product method development and validation requirements regarding your OTC drug, Cosmetic, Medical Device and Nutritional Products. In addition, as a turnkey company, we can establish your expiry dating for your OTC drugs in our on-site stability chambers. We perform all of your stability/shelf life testing including active ingredient assays, preservative efficacy testing, pH, viscosity, color, odor, product package compatibility, and other applicable testing. Produced by http://www.orion21.com
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Skyline is a unique scientific data management platform designed for Specialty Chemicals industrial R&D to manage the complete cycle of product development. The goal of the system is to manage the end-to-end R&D cycle – from conception to Pilot plant manufacturing – covering project management, communications and cross-laboratory workflows, inventory management, experiment planning, samples, result data entry and calculations. Drawing of chemical structures and reactions, calculating chemical properties and searching the Skyline inventory, Skyline historical experiments and external databases are all done using ChemAxon components seamlessly embedded in Skyline. The highly integrated approach of Skyline streamlines and automates the daily work of the R&D labs, promotes operational excellence and considerably reduces time to market.
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(subtitles available in English, French, Dutch, Spanish, Chinese and Russian, German, and a French version is available here: https://youtu.be/wRmfvFYDNr8) Hazard, Risk & Safety Danger, risques et sécurité Gevaar, risico's en veiligheid Peligro, riesgo y seguridad Опасность, риск и безопасность Gefahr, Risiko und Sicherheit We all hear these terms on a daily basis. So and so a chemical, physical or a biological agent poses a risk; This or that product is a hazard or behaving a certain way is unsafe. A lot of the time “hazard” and “risk” are freely used to mean the same thing. However they are not. Hazard is the potential to cause harm. Risk on the other hand is the likelihood of harm in defined circumstances. In a nutshell, hazard and risk are not always aligned as the risk depends on the exposure to the hazard ; similarly, risk, safety and perception of risk are not always aligned; this can make political decisions regarding safety levels difficult to make, in these cases it is especially important to base them on facts rather than on subjective perceptions. http://www.greenfacts.org
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TTP | desktop biology™ is ease of translation from your biology to your product. It leverages the customisable platforms, subunits, and fast track development capabilities at TTP to provide an accessible and rapid route to market. This is a seamless approach for companies looking to accelerate the development of their chemistry to commercialisation of a product for use in diagnostics or research. Key to this service is the ability for TTP’s team to understand the fundamental steps required to convert lab-based biological processes to a functional low-cost disposable and instrument.
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Common terms describing the ways elements are classified in the periodic table. Created by Jay. Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/science/chemistry/periodic-table/copy-of-periodic-table-of-elements/v/periodic-table-groups?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=chemistry Missed the previous lesson? https://www.khanacademy.org/science/chemistry/electronic-structure-of-atoms/electron-configurations-jay-sal/v/paramagnetism-and-diamagnetism?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=chemistry Chemistry on Khan Academy: Did you know that everything is made out of chemicals? Chemistry is the study of matter: its composition, properties, and reactivity. This material roughly covers a first-year high school or college course, and a good understanding of algebra is helpful. About Khan Academy: Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan Academy’s Chemistry channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyEot66LrwWFEMONvrIBh3A?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
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