Changes to the USMCA North American trade agreement that will replace NAFTA could eventually lead to lower prices for biologic medicines in the US
Australian researchers have taken a novel approach to studying turbulence by combining quantum liquids and silicon chip technology.
The collapse of the Soviet Union saved billions of tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions, a new report estimates.
A robust nano-barrier has been developed to coat precision instruments on future space missions.
Mexican petrochemicals producer Alpek has acquired Lotte Chemical UK, which operates a 350,000t/year polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plant in Wilton.
Cambodia has partnered with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to build up its capabilities for domestic chemicals management and meet its obligations under the global chemicals treaties that it has ratified.
Austrian cellulosic fibres producer Lenzing and Brazilian company Duratex have announced plans to build a US$1.3bn joint venture dissolving wood pulp plant in Brazil.
As India faces the prospect of feeding 1.6bn people by 2050, the country is turning to Artificial Intelligence (AI) to weed out inefficiencies in national agriculture.
India’s drug price regulator, the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA), along with the Department of Pharmaceuticals (DoP), is looking to limit the trade margins of non-scheduled drugs and medical devices, which are not under price control.
A new experimental technique appears to slow tumour growth and prolong life in mice with brain cancer. The gene therapy transforms human cells into mass producers of nanoparticles full of genetic material that could reverse disease processes.