Bodies are extremely complex. Though we often think of our bodies as pure biology, the truth is chemistry is the catalyst that makes the human-machine run. The twists and turns in the complicated system of chemistry and human function can lead to some shocking revelations.
Case in point:
There is acid in our blood. And it plays an important role in our respiratory system.
The chemistry landscape is changing faster than ever before. Noah Technologies makes it our business to understand what’s happening both globally and at home, using that information to ensure a professional, seamless process for our customers.
Here are four recent news stories our team is keeping an eye on.
Topics: Chemical Industry
Back in 2016, a global helium shortage threatened to affect both commercial and academic research pursuits. At the time, the world’s foremost supplier of helium, the United States’ Federal Helium Reserve, was running low. Thankfully, an unprecedented discovery of an expansive underground helium field in Tanzania staved off the looming crisis.
Today, the threat of helium disruption is back.
There’s a pervasive misconception within the American chemicals industry that custom chemicals are simply too expensive to make sense for most purchasers. Noah Technologies has worked with thousands of clients – many of them small, budget-constrained entities – to produce custom chemicals that are as affordable as they are efficient.
Custom chemicals can improve ROI at almost every stage of the process. Here’s how.
The global chemicals industry is in a constant state of flux. It waxes and wanes like any other industry, but with so many subsectors to account for, the chemicals market is almost always pivoting, never shrinking.
Let’s take a look at three recent events that will lead to noticeable differences within the chemicals industry for this year and beyond.
The chemicals industry is always in flux. The past several years have seen many positive developments among niche chemicals markets, although the global chemicals industry has remained relatively flat. A number of recent events including Brexit and policy changes implemented by the new U.S. administration could cause drastic upheaval among the world’s markets in 2018.
Topics: Chemical Industry
The global chemicals industry is by nearly every account the largest industrial consumer of fossil fuels in the world. Reducing the industry’s overall dependence on so-called petrochemicals is one of the great scientific challenges of our time. It’s an endeavor worth pursuing.