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Fourth Prix Pictet focuses on Power

The photography prize Prix Pictet will take the theme of “Power” this year, the chairman of the prize, Stephen Barber announced at Les Rencontres d’Arles in France this week.   The centrepiece was a multi-media presentation on the theme of “Growth” by the current Prix Pictet laureate, artist Mitch Epstein, of his series on energy […]

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Shell’s new Singapore complex

This is one impressive press release full of wizzy features. It’s Shell’s announcement about the completion of its integrated oil and petrochemicals production hub in Singapore – with embedded video and some scenic wide panoramic shots of the site. photo: Panoramic view of the ethylene cracker at the Shell Eastern Petrochemicals Complex, Singapore.

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Springtime for Chemicals

I’ve been away for a few days of well-timed holiday, basking in the sun of the long-awaited English spring. Meanwhile, a few chemical-related headlines caught my eye …   Chemicals on the iPad I can’t wait to see this. The Times reviewer of the iPad writes: “My favourite app … is The Elements for iPad, […]

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It’s a Plastic Life

Photographer Vincent Bousserez has made a series of exquisite pictures of tiny plastic folk in giant landscapes. The collection has achieved a mass following, and his photographs sell for up to £1,800, according to an article in today’s Metro.    

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Fabulous chemical plant photos

  Artistic photos of chemical plant are hidden away in this corner of the ICIS Connect forum, where photographers have uploaded some of their most spectacular shots.   The Blog has followed the trail which leads to group of 37 member photographers on Flickr with a collection of 96 dramatic and stylish photos of chemical plant, taken […]

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Photos, flowers and chemicals

It’s the last day in the office and there is a light smattering of festive cards on desks and cupboards – fewer and fewer of them every year (Demise of the Chemicals Xmas Card), and even the e-cards have been paltry this year.   Amongst them there was a festive email from my friend Phil who is […]

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