Archive: October, 2015

Polyurethane highlighted on home improvement radio show

Whether we listen for today’s hit music, the most up-to-date news coverage or to make our commutes more bearable, many of us spend time each day tuning into our favorite radio stations. Mighty House Radio listeners recently heard about the many benefits of polyurethane and spray polyurethane foam. Lee Salamone, senior director of the Center […]

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Innovation and inspiration take center stage at 2015 Polyurethanes Technical Conference

Earlier this month, more than 1,000 polyurethane professionals met in Orlando for the 58th annual Polyurethanes Technical Conference at the Gaylord Palms Hotel. The Conference, which is the longest-running polyurethanes conference in North America, featured 75 technical presentations, 38 poster presentations, industry table top exhibits, a Professional Development Program and premier networking events. Pre-Conference activities […]

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Polystyrene foam: keeping fall’s favorite flavors hot

This month, many of us will once again order our coffees and teas hot instead of the refreshing iced versions we enjoyed during the summer. As we welcome fall and all of its flavors, polystyrene foam foodservice products will help millions of us keep our favorite pumpkin-spiced or salted caramel lattes, cappuccinos and herbal teas […]

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MacArthur Foundation declares nanotechnologist a Genius

Each year the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation selects between 20 and 40 individuals to receive one of the MacArthur Foundation Fellowships, which are better known as “genius grants.” The honor is awarded to individuals working in any field, who “show exceptional merit and promise for continued and enhanced creative work” and are […]

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Important fire safety tips from NAFRA during Fire Prevention Week

Fires have always posed a serious risk and continue to represent a very real danger in the United States. Fire departments respond to a fire every 25 seconds and fire is a real risk that disproportionately impacts vulnerable populations such as the elderly and children.[1] This is why the National Fire Protection Association’s Fire Prevention […]

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