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Belgian chemist who developed the Solvay process and built factories exploiting it (1838-1922)

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The sale of Solvay Pharma is a result of a thorough analysis and evaluation of the various strategic options for the unit, the parent company added.
Feringas groundbreaking work on unidirectional molecular motors, a research field that paves the way to new therapeutic and technological applications with nanorobots, earned him the Chemistry for Future Solvay Prize in November last year.
As a result of the new strategy, Solvay estimates that its earnings will jump by 45% in five years, Clamadieu said, adding he was planning savings of EUR400m (USD526.
Solvay Energy will be targeting selected energy exchanges it deems as having sufficient liquidity, says Patrick Lacroix, managing director of Solvay Energy.
Solvay researchers recommend a maximum of 5% loading in epoxy.
Solvays divestment of Indupa follows our announced early exit of our European PVC joint venture as Solvay is transforming into a specialty chemicals group, said Vincent De Cuyper, member of Solvays Executive Committee.
Solvay plans to manage both acquisitions within its Solvay Advanced Polymers, L.
The Solvay Group, headquartered in Brussels, merged its fluoropolymers activities last month with those of Ausimont to form a new company, Solvay Solexis.
The Belgian chemicals and pharmaceuticals company Solvay has acquired worldwide rights to Teveten, a drug for the treatment of high blood pressure, from SmithKline Beecham Plc.
Startup of this new gas-phase line in third quarter 1996 will enable Solvay Polymers to offer its customers a wider range of polypropylene resins, including impact copolymers and higher ethylene-content random copolymers.
Solvay reinforces its commitment to sustainable chemistry, bringing solutions to the planet s challenges, with new ambitions that anchor the variety of its sustainable development aspects in its growth strategy.
Solvay Engineered Polymers has developed a novel family of TPOs that could replace engineering thermoplastics in metal-plated decorative parts ranging from instrument-panel bezel trim to claddings, appliques, and grilles.