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EC Launches Funding Council for Scientific Grants

A pan-European funding agency that uses peer review to award grants for basic research was launched yesterday at a conference in Berlin..

Compass: For the Love of Formulating

This issue of Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine extends to readers an assorted bouquet of fresh topics to consider for the love of formulating.

Technically Speaking: UV Protection for Sensitive Skin

The following column discusses the latest technological advancements in the fields of hair care, skin care, oral care, sunscreen, color cosmetics and more.

Technically Speaking: Peptides in Hydrocolloids to Gel and Viscosify

This column discusses recent technology surrounding peptides in hydrocollids to gel and viscosify.

EXCLUSIVE! Comparatively Speaking: Natural vs. Nature-identical Fragrance By Tony O'Lenick

Tony O’Lenick asks: What is the difference between a “natural" and a so-called “nature-identical" fragrance? Steve Herman provides the answers.

Emulsion Word Search

Industry expert Ken Klein presents this emulsion formulating brain teaser.

Comparatively Speaking: Oleophilic vs. Siliphilic

Industry expert Tony O'Lenick explains the difference between oleophilic and siliphilic.

Bench & Beyond: The Global Look of Cosmetic Patents

This column highlights various cosmetic patents throughout the years. It should serve as a guide for future innovation.

Technically Speaking: Moisturization

This column discusses new ingredients that can be formulated into moisturizing personal care products. In addition, interesting new formulas for moisturizing products are also discussed.

Comparatively Speaking: Fatty Surfactant vs. Fluoro Surfactant

Industry expert Tony O'Lenick asks: What is the difference between a fatty surfactant and a fluoro surfactant? Bruce Baker of ICT Chemicals Inc. provides the answer.

Technically Speaking: Antiaging

This column describes EPDME as a useful cosmetic ingredient that can give a good skin care effect in both water-based formulas and oil-based formulas, and its polarity can be controlled easily.

Comparatively Speaking: Sun Protection vs. Broad Spectrum Protection

Industry expert Tony O’Lenick asks: What is the difference between sun protection and broad spectrum protection? Olga V. Dueva-Koganov of Ciba provides the answer.

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