My fellow blogger, Paul Hodges, on his Chemicals and the Economy blog, has posted some more credit crunch jokes. (photo Rex)
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Tucked away at the bottom of the new weekly online newsletter from the US plastics industry trade association, SPI’s Inside Edge, I see that they have some links to their own “In the Hopper” blog which has some cutesy chemicals human interest postings which are right up this Blog’s street. Check out: “A Chip […]
The cinema was more crowded than I’d ever seen it on Monday. Three screens were showing the new “X-Men Origins – Wolverine” and two had Nigel’s favourite “Hannah Montana”, so there were groups of teens, mums with parties of girls, couples and seniors, all milling around the multiplex lobby and queuing up for coke and […]
It’s my fellow ICIS blogger Simon Robinson on ICIS TV in front of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and introducing Informex, a week-long exhibition and conference dedicated to innovations in chemistry.
APLA launched its own blog on 27 November with a hearty “Bienvenido al blog de APLA!” It’s at http://blog.apla.com.ar/ The first posting on 27 November has some photos and presentations from the APLA Workshop on 17 November at APLA’s annual conference in Rio de Janeiro, including our own George Martin, who spoke about “Recent Trends in Polymer Prices […]