Baby teethers may contain harmful chemicals


Baby teethers may contain harmful chemicals: study

baby-teethersWASHINGTON DC, US: Bisphenol-A (BPA), parabens and antimicrobials are widely used in personal care products and plastics. Most governments across the globe have banned or restricted some of these compounds used in certain products for babies and kids. But a new study warns that most popular baby teethers contain hormone-disrupting chemicals in them, though these chemicals are banned from use in products for children. Read More

New discovery may lead to development of gasoline

university-of-illinois-yang-zhangILLINOIS, US: In opposing a theory that’s been the standard for over eighty years, a group of University of Illinois researchers have made a discovery holding major promise for the petroleum industry. Led by Yang Zhang, assistant professor of Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering and Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, the researchers has revealed that in the foreseeable future products such as crude oil and gasoline could be. Read More

Make Drinking Water From Sunlight And Humidity

selfilling-bottleAny time has you ever dreamt of life on the open road on that adventurous long distance bicycle tour! Irrespective of age, people with different backgrounds, national and international worlds, all choose the bicycle as their favorite means of travel. The bicycle trek is interesting for many reasons: it’s an exciting challenge that allows us to explore varied sceneries, meet new people, build physical fitness and most importantly experience the joy of. Read More

Global chemical industry stock outlook – Dec 2016

chemical-industry-generalThe chemical industry is in the process of gradual healing after being badly shaken by the Great Recession. Aside from a flurry of challenges, the industry put up a decent performance in the first three-quarters of 2016, benefiting from healthy demand across automotive and housing sectors- two major end-use markets for chemicals. In a still-difficult global economic backdrop, chemical makers are gradually looking for cost synergy opportunities. Read More

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