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On December 4, 2014, CM&E celebrated its 60 years of service with its ACS NY CM&E Awards for Leadership in the Yale Club. The honorees this year for Lifetime Achievement, Extraordinary Innovation and Distinction in Private Equity are: Andrew Liveris, President, CEO and Chairman, Dow Chemical; Dr. Thomas M. Connelly, Jr., Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer, DuPont; and Thomas Kichler, Managing Director, One Equity Partners (JP Morgan Chase).
From left: Dr. Thomas Connelly, Anna Powers, Tom Kichler and Andrew Liveris .
The Award to the 2014 Global STEM Student Leader went to Anna Powers, PhD Chemistry Student at NYU, for her contribution to the advancement of STEM education. She helped organize the first sustainable K-12 Chemistry Festival for the benefit of thousands of children, the first ACS Chapter in Latin America and set new ACS member recruiting records at the Chemistry Congress in Lima, Peru this past October..
The 2014 Keynote Speaker was David Womack, Head of Chemicals and Petroleum, IBM Watson..
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In 2013 the Leadership Awards honored Jon M, Hunstman, the Founder and Executive Chairman of Huntsman Corporation; Marcelo Odebrecht, the CEO of Odebrecht S.A. and Chairman of Braskem, and David and Peter DeLeew, the Co-Presidents at Huntsman-Lion Capital.
From left: Fernando Musa (accepting for Marcelo Odebrecht), David De Leeuw, Jon Huntsman and Peter De Leeuw.
CM&E proudly promoted the XXXI Latinamerican Chemistry Congress and Chemistry Festival which held at the Sheraton Hotel, Lima, Peru, from October 14-17. Over 2000 children attended the Chemistry Festivals supported by CM&E.
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Speaker: Charles Steward, PhD, – Vice President of Research & Development for Takasago International Corp. (USA). Leader of the Applications and Innovations team. Previously worked at International Flavors and Fragrances and Givaudan Fragrances.
Speaker: Charles Tremblay, – International Flavors & Fragrances Creative Center Director, NOAM Consumer Fragrances, Global Home Care Center of Excellence Director. He has led global flavor development teams for Oral Care, Personal Health Care, Pet Care, and Snacks.
Abstract: What is the smell of ‘clean and fresh’ and why does this matter to consumers? The fragrance industry is estimated to be worth > $15 billion, with millions of dollars spent each year developing new molecules, technologies, and research approaches to unveil the secret of what delights consumers and why. There are two fundamental challenges that need to be addressed to unlocking this secret.
The first is the ‘language gap’ between how professionals talk about fragrances (Perfumers) and the consumers that experience these scents. The second challenge is in understanding the ‘magic moments’ where consumers experience fragrance in using a product such as a shampoo, fabric softener, or candle. Uncovering the insights to optimize the scent character and intensity at these ‘magic moments’ is the key to making the holistic product experience more delightful for the consumer, and generating value creation for the company able to successfully leverage this in the market.
Join us to learn the critical issues related to these industry game changers. The moderators are: Neil Burns, CEO of P2 Science, and Adam Closson, PhD, senior researcher at IFF.
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Moderator: Sam Samdani, Sr. Knowledge Expet at McKinsey & Company. Abstract: Building upon a McKinsey report, this presentation focused on four disruptive technologies relevant to chemicals: Additive manufacturing (also known as 3D printing) Advanced materials, e.g., carbon nanotubes and graphene Next-generation genomics Shale oil & gas exploration and recovery.
Their disruptive potential is assessed market growth and business models/value chains. The panelists were: Chris Krampitz. strategy manager, digital manufacturing technologies, UL (Underwriters Laboratories), Farren Isaacs, assistant professor of Systems Biology at Yale University, and Miguel Mireles, business development, chemicals & materials, Grace Matthews.
Speaker: Dr. Kevin Swift, Chief Economist of the American Chemistry Council (ACC). What trend shifts will have high impact in the 2015 global economy? How is the match between the middle East and Shale Oil & Gas shaping up? What is the new outlook on the manufacturing future of the USA? Join us to hear the insights of a preeminent economist of the business of chemistry. Click on the title to get the slide presentation.
Speaker: James Huntsman, President, Huntsman Advanced Materials.
With annual sales over $1.3 billion in epoxy and polyurethane-based polymer products, the Huntsman Advanced Materials Division of Huntsman Corporation is increasing the alignment of global resources with attractive higher-growth markets in aerospace, adhesives, high-performance coatings, power generation, green electronics and large-scale engineering projects.
Speaker: John Rolando, President of Evonik North America. With more than €12.5 billion in sales in 2012, Evonik is in the midst of an ambitious €6 billion investment program focused to grow its specialty chemicals businesses around the world.
With a combined population and GDP similar to that of Brazil, the fastest growing economies in the region—Mexico, Peru, Chile and Colombia—have formed the Pacific Alliance, a dynamic trade block poised to surpass the economy of Brazil by 30% in 2025.
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The Symposium was organized by Solvay in association with CM&E and ACS. Solar Impulse is the first solar-powered aircraft to fly across America day and night without any fuel. This amazing machine of 63 meters (208 ft) in wingspan that weighs only 1600 kg (3520 lb) is a marvel of engineering, chemistry, physics, and most importantly, the human passion for perseverance and making the impossible dreams come true.
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