Product Development Strategy: Speed to Market
Only one in three new chemical products launches successfully. The growing complexity of regulation in combination with a need to get closer to customers when launching new performance products has created more pressure in the lab for multinational chemical companies. Access to comprehensive chemistry data and dynamic research trends helps reduce that pressure and speed products to market.
Elsevier Solutions for Chemicals R&D
Reaxys improves productivity at chemical companies in researching and developing new or improved chemicals products by supporting synthesis optimization and providing proven chemical properties.
Knovel helps chemical companies tackle development and production challenges such as piping design, chemical engineering and processing, and EHS compliance with online engineering tools and curated content and databases.
ScienceDirect helps chemical companies validate opportunities for NPD growth and optimize research and experimental approaches by providing visibility and in-depth insights on the latest state-of-the-art chemistry developments and chemical applications.
Scopus enables chemical companies to identify experts and potential research partners, benchmark fundamental research competencies, and generate new business opportunities based on scientifically validated breakthrough technologies.
Alpha Moments in the Chemical Industry – A Coating Polymer For Extreme Conditions
Discover how an adhesive company relied on a chemistry research tool to sift through the clutter and pinpoint a high performance, low cost monomer to enable their polymer coating’s commercial viability.
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The Materials Revolution is Here: How Are You Keeping Up?
Is your organization properly leveraging materials innovation and applications? Find out how you compare to top industry performers and get new ideas to drive commercially successful new product development, and more.
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China’s Chemical Industry: Moving Towards Basic Research
China’s new Five-Year Plan has ambitious goals for the chemical sector, which include improving local innovation in areas like new energy, new materials and modern coal chemicals.
What to Consider When Expanding R&D in China as a Multinational Chemical Company
Growing competition from local companies in China means multinationals must focus more on exploratory chemical R&D – but there are key factors to consider before expanding.