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36 pages. Volume 203, number 1.
Features: * Opening a new chapter in the history of ERJ *Comprehensive reporting on all the latest news from the rubber industry, around the world *Apollo marks route to recovery: MD Neeraj Kanwar on how the Indian tire maker adapted to current challenges and the way forward for Apollo *Rhein Chemie adapts to meet global supply challenges: Lanxess business unit adjusted regional strategies to continue production and maintain supply during the pandemic *Medical market keeps silicones sector in shape: Robust performance of the medical segment contrasts sharply with declines seen in many other areas *Silicone R&D efforts continue apace: Despite challenging market conditions, silicone chemistry remains the focus of some highly innovative research *New link in rCB supply chain: UK company aims to bridge a gap in the market for recovered carbon black *Elastomers for sustainability: Entries invited for the next E4S Top 10 rankings *ETRMA targets recovery from 'very difficult' year: Double-digit declines in key segments during pandemic-hit 2020, with some negative trends continuing *Elastomers at the heart of the matter: University of Cambridge team advances aortic valves based on styrenic block copolymers *Researchers at the University of Bath develop bio-polyether feedstock for urethane-based elastomers: UK scientists develop polymer from sugar in wood
Publication Date:1 February 2021
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