Chemistry and chemical engineering turn raw materials found in nature to materials that are the building blocks used by manufacturers to develop products for end-users.


Energy efficient, lighter, smaller and environmentally safe products and processes are in increasing demand in our society.


New applications of obsolete materials, like recycling, can save money, create less waste, and may be cheaper to apply than starting from scratch.


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