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Emerson survey: Two in five Americans think STEM worker shortage is at crisis levels
Despite a national targeted focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields and education over the past decade, two out of five Americans believe the STEM worker shortage is at crisis levels, according to results from the fourth annual STEM survey by Emerson.
SABIC inks new research pact with MIT at Innovation to Impact Forum in Boston
The research agreement is in the realm of combustion pyrolysis of methane and marks the fourth research agreement currently active between SABIC and MIT, whose relationship spans seven years.
Special Report: The journey on nurturing communities
Petrochemical Industries Company actively pursues its endeavours in the fields of Corporate Social Responsibility through vibrant campaigns on health, safety, environment, education and Responsible Care platforms.
Coatings industry: From solvent-borne to water-worn
Coatings industry is now focused on environment-friendly solutions with focus on minimising VOCs, reducing carbon footprint, converting solutions from solvent-borne to water-borne, and eliminating hazardous and carcinogenic additives and ingredients.
GPCA's 'Leaders of Tomorrow' initiative enters 3rd year at R&I Summit, PlastiCon
With its first edition launched during the Annual Forum in 2016, 319 students from across the GCC have participated in the GPCA Leaders of Tomorrow programme since its inception.
Andrew N Liveris to step down as DowDuPont executive chairman
Liveris informed the DowDuPont board that he will no longer serve as executive chairman of DowDuPont effective 1 April 2018, and Jeff Fettig, current co-lead independent director for DowDuPont, will serve as a non-employee executive chairman of the board.

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