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CHEVRON U.S.A. INC. v. UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING RESEARCH Before Newman, Lourie, and Schall. Appeal from Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Summary: Intrinsic... Read More »
Federal Circuit Summary Before Lourie, Dyk, and Taranto. Appeal from the  District Court for the District of Delaware. Summary:  A passing reference ... Read More »
Federal Circuit Summary Before Moore, Hughes, and Stoll.  Appeal from the United States District Court for the District of North Dakota. Summary:  A ... Read More »
Switching on a small UV-light the airport security agent silently chants to herself: “bright blue... Come on be bright blue.” She anxiously awaits a... Read More »
Researchers at North Carolina State University (NCSU) have developed a new “phase tuning” technique for controlling the crystalline structure of titanium dioxide at... Read More »
Fireflies utilize a relatively well-understood chemical process to produce light -- but they can only glow certain colors. In an upcoming issue of Nano Letters... Read More »
Hydrogen could be a nice solution for many of our current problems with fossil fuels: it provides dense, portable energy without producing harmful emissions when... Read More »
Technological advancement has revolutionized manufacturing procedures. One of the most talked about advancements in manufacturing is 3D printing. 3D printing not only ... Read More »
Researchers at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science are using a one year, $350,000 contract from the US Department of the Interior to test whether sound... Read More »
Various researchers around the world have studied copper’s potential as an energy-efficient means of recycling carbon dioxide emissions in powerplants. Instead... Read More »
In the chemical industry, heterogeneous catalysis is of crucial importance to the manufacturing of basic or fine chemicals, in catalytic converters of exhaust gas or... Read More »
BASF has developed iGloss, an automotive clear coat that provides a car with a glossy appearance and lasts significantly longer than conventional coatings. Even the... Read More »
According to research at the US Department of Energy’s Argonne National Lab, the early days of our solar system might be quite different than previously... Read More »
Be it in the use of epoxy systems for heavy-duty fiber-reinforced components, coatings for wind turbine blades, foams for the internal strengthening of rotor blades... Read More »
A team from the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) has developed a new three-step continuous separation process to produce ultra-low sulfur diesel using an... Read More »
The less trains weigh, the more economical they are to run. A new material capable of withstanding even extreme stresses has now been developed. It is suitable for a... Read More »
In addition to displaying new plastic products and technologies at booth 24000 at the NPE2012 international plastics exposition in Orlando, BASF is entering four ... Read More »
A two-laser system to identify chemicals from a distance is being developed at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Ali Passian and... Read More »
A new paper by researchers at the University of Notre Dame, led by Thomas E. Albrecht-Schmitt, professor of civil engineering and geological sciences and concurrent... Read More »
Researchers at the Public University of Navarre (UPNA) are taking part in a project for the design and manufacture of composite PVC materials based on nanofillings... Read More »