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A Little Praise for Reading by Pef and other thoughts

Petit éloge de la lecture by Pef. (2016)

I’ve been overworked for a few weeks and I also had a lot of family activities going on. 961 more words

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The super-fluous manager

The language of modern business seems omni-present. It’s a language invented by consultants that is regrettably, developed and promoted in daily speech by managers.

The superfluous manager… 142 more words


BASF and Avantium form Synvina, a biobased chemicals JV

BASF (Germany) and Avantium (NL) have formed a joint venture for the production and marketing of furan-dicarboxylic acid (FDCA), which is produced from renewable resources, as well as the marketing of polyethylene-furanoate (PEF) based on the new chemical building block FDCA. 787 more words

BASF and Avantium establish a new joint venture called Synvina

BASF and the Dutch leading chemical technology company Avantium yesterday announced that they have established a joint venture (JV) called Synvina for the production and marketing of furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) produced from renewable resources (fructose from plants as feedstock rather than conventional oil derivatives), as well as marketing of polyethylenefuranoate (PEF), based on this new chemical building block. 155 more words


Japanese Toyobo and Dutch Avantium partners on PEF polymerization and PEF films

Toyobo, one of Japan’s top makers of fibers and textiles, and Avantium, a Dutch scale-up renewable chemicals company that develops and commercializes a next generation biobased chemicals and bioplastic, yesterday announced their partnership on PEF polymerization and PEF films. 475 more words


Out on Placement

Guest Blog written by Emma Wilkes

I think it’s fair to say that most student nurses are nervous before starting a new placement, however LGBT students may feel extra nervous. 252 more words

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