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- Extinction Rebellion activists block entrances to Ineos refinery
The Extinction Rebellion protesters accuse the petrochemical manufacturer of being Scotland's biggest climate change polluter.
BBC News. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- What Awaits Enterprise Products (EPD) This Earnings Season?
Enterprise Products' (EPD) third-quarter results might be affected by lower crude and petrochemical transportation volumes.
Zacks. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- No, Mouthwash Will Not Save You From the Coronavirus
Even if people coated the inside of their mouths with a coronavirus-killing chemical, a substantial amount of the virus would still remain in the body.
New York Times. Thursday, 22 Oct 2020.
- Monsanto loses final appeal over French farmer's weedkiller accident
Bayer's Monsanto division on Wednesday lost a final appeal in a long-running French legal battle in which the crop chemical
maker has been held liable for the accidental inhalation of a weedkiller by a crop farmer. ...
Yahoo. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- A new way of looking at the Earth's interior
Current understanding is that the chemical
composition of the Earth's mantle is relatively homogeneous. But experiments now show that this view is too simplistic. ...
Science Daily. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- 'Chemical attack' leaves 15 people battling for breath after man walks into shops and restaurants
A 20-year-old man has handed himself into police after West Midlands restaurants and shops were attacked with what is thought to be pepper spray on Wednesday, leaving 15 needing medical help.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- Legacy pollutants found in migratory terns in Great Lakes region
Chemicals that haven't been manufactured in the U.S. for years or even decades are still turning up in the bodies of migratory terns in the Great Lakes region, a new study finds. ...
Science Daily. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- This Mexican Biotech Engineer Helps Colombian Small Businesses Enter New Markets
Karen Lucatero's passion for helping people has taken her from a biotechnology engineering background to helping small and medium chemical
businesses in Colombia to enter international markets with their products. #globalsouthscience.
Forbes. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- 5 Chemical Stocks Likely to Outshine Q3 Earnings Estimates
Improved end-market demand and benefits of self-help actions are likely to reflect on the Q3 performance of Axalta Coating (AXTA), Rayonier (RYAM), Dow (DOW), DuPont (DD) and Eastman (EMN).
Zacks. Wednesday, 21 Oct 2020.
- 2020 Nobel Prize Committee Shines A Momentary Light On Science Amidst Widespread U.S. Disregard
The 2020 Nobel Prize announcements in science cast a brief light on the oft-maligned scientific community. Among the recipients are three women in both chemistry
and physics, two fields in which women are frequently underrepresented.
Forbes. Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020.
- Bills' Stefon Diggs keeps two feet inbounds on impressive TD grab vs. Chiefs
Bills quarterback Josh Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs have developed quite the chemistry
during their first year together in Buffalo.
Fox News. Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020.
- Woman, 61, blind in both eyes after stranger threw acid in her face
Helen Jones, 61, was walking to her car in Philadelphia on October 6 when a man approached her, asking if she was OK, then splashed chemicals in her face that burned her eyes and left her blind.
Daily Mail. Friday, 16 Oct 2020.
- Mario Molina, 77, Dies; Sounded an Alarm on the Ozone Layer
He shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry
for research that showed how chemicals in hair spray and other products could cause grave environmental damage.
New York Times. Wednesday, 14 Oct 2020.
- Cookstown 'drugs factory' raid leads to three arrests
The men, aged 25, 27 and 28, were wearing "chemical suits" when police arrived at the premises.
BBC News. Friday, 9 Oct 2020.
- Denmark Supports EU Sanctions Against Moscow Over Navalny Poisoning
Denmark says it will join European Union (EU) sanctions to be imposed against Russia over the poisoning of opposition politician Aleksei Navalny with a chemical
agent from the Soviet-style Novichok group.
Radio Liberty. Friday, 9 Oct 2020.
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