Tag: R&D

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Jiuli: R&D capabilities create more value for clients

Stainless Steel World had the honor of returning to the central Yangtze River delta area to meet with its old acquaintance, JIULI.
A large gas turbine. Photo: Siemens.

Featured Story – Materials revolution: alloy R&D gains a new lease...

Until quite recently, materials development was often thought to be a mature discipline.

NLMK Group opens R&D centre for product innovation

NLMK Group has opened a laboratory centre in Lipetsk for microstructure analysis, which will analyze the properties of steel to develop new premium products and optimize metal processing techniques.
Buehler meets short delivery times for materialography

Buehler meets short delivery times for materialography

As a developer and manufacturer of complete system solutions for materialography and hardness testing, Buehler can meet short delivery times for the installation of fully equipped laboratories with perfectly matched equipment and consumables.

US DOE invests USD56 M in coal technology projects

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced 32 winners for USD56.5 M in federal funding for cost-shared research and development (R&D) projects for advanced coal technologies and research under six separate funding opportunity announcements (FOAs).

US DOE invests USD40 M in R&D projects

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy (FE) selected five projects to receive approximately USD39.9 M in federal funding for cost-shared research and development projects under funding opportunity announcement (FOA), Advanced Technologies for Enhanced Oil Recovery.
DNV GL research forecasts oil

DNV GL research forecasts oil, gas R&D spending

Senior oil and gas sector professionals expect a step change in the industry’s capex, opex and R&D spending levels in 2018, as new research from DNV GL, confirms confidence in the industry has doubled.
BASF opens catalysts plant in China

BASF opens catalysts plant in China

BASF has opened its chemical catalysts manufacturing plant in Caojing, Shanghai, China. The plant is BASF’s first chemical catalysts manufacturing facility in the Asia Pacific region.

Tackling corrosion in urea processes

An interview with Mr. Kirk Ofei from Stamicarbon, who enjoys working on challenging and interesting projects that test his intelligence and qualifications and increase his knowledge.

AK Steel breaks ground for new R&D centre

AK Steel broke ground for its Research and Innovation Center at a ceremony held in Middletown, Ohio. The ceremony marked the start of construction of the company’s new 135,000ft2 facility being built on a 16-acre site in the city’s Renaissance District.