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Jul 10, 2006 | 09:33 AM CDT
Syrris has formed a subsidiary to host the first microfluidic application centre in the world.
May 22, 2006 | 04:20 PM CDT
Industry expert Tony O'Lenick asks: What's the difference between a provisional patent and a regular patent application? Louis Paul of Louis Paul and Associates provides this issue's answer.
Apr 21, 2006 | 10:26 AM CDT
By: M. Ferrari, College of Pharmacy and Biochemist…
Diagrams of the oil, surfactant and water at stepped proportions in ternary systems characterize the system’s cosmetic forms (emulsions, gels, dispersions), crystalline phases and stability in this study using two Brazilian oils.
Apr 21, 2006 | 09:59 AM CDT
By: Michael Starch, Dow Corning Corporation; Tony …
This article describes the use of a novel process technology to prepare high internal phase (HIP) emulsions, which can provide solutions to a number of formulating issues.
Apr 21, 2006 | 08:38 AM CDT
By: James Ziming Sun, PhD, and James W. Parr, Adva…
Nonaqueous-based scrubs provide more functions and benefi ts for complete treatment of the body’s skin and are a new category of cleansing tools focusing on cleansing, conditioning and treating. Oils, glycols and silicone oil are three continuous phases in non-aqueous scrubs discussed in this article.
Apr 19, 2006 | 09:31 AM CDT
By: Ken Klein, Cosmetech Laboratories
Hair conditioners are one of the most widely used products in the personal care arena.
Apr 19, 2006 | 09:17 AM CDT
By: James M. Wilmott, Barbara E. Brockway, PhD, Du…
The author describes how familiar hydrophobic materials can be formed into stable aqueous dispersions via an extraordinary high pressure, high shear process utilizing blends of alkylated phophatidyl choline.
Mar 14, 2006 | 04:12 PM CST
Ken Klein challenges readers to find the ingredient functions in this word puzzle.
Mar 08, 2006 | 10:51 AM CST
Yet2.com,presents a processing technology for the production of an epoxide and/or its corresponding vicinal diol by a reaction of an olefinic compound with hydrogen peroxide...
Feb 28, 2006 | 06:05 PM CST
By: Kazuo Tokubo, Shiseido Co. Ltd.
MOT (Management of Technology) has emerged as an attractive means to capitalize on R&D investments. In developing cosmetics, a number of issues emerge during the technology planning and development processes, which will be discussed here.