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Scientists working in labs may encounter toxic, poisonous, carcinogenic, corrosive, or flammable chemicals almost daily and even with secure chemical storage, proper handling, and a chemical spill program in place, accidents still happen.
The Research Chemicals (RC) business recently announced at the Fisher North America Sales Conference that it’s making a $10,000 donation to OneSight, an independent nonprofit organization that is committed to eradicating the global vision care crisis around the world.
Company shifts manufacturing operations at two sites – one in the U.S. and one in Germany – to enable donation of hand sanitizer to government agencies.
Honeywell partners with LGC, Biosearch Technologies to meet the growing demand for test kits
More than 500 new Fluka™ analytical standards will help scientists achieve accurate and consistent research findings
Reducing food spoilage requires food producers to improve their titration processes and fulfil international standards.
Aparajita Kapoor, global manager for Hydranal reagents at Honeywell Research Chemicals, looks at how to make Karl Fischer titration work better in industry
Pharmaceuticals are even more sensitive to inaccurate water determination, with production stoppages every time an error is detected.
Accounting for more than half of container ship operating costs, it is essential organisations take steps to manage water content in marine fuel, says Honeywell’s Aparajita Kapoor.
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