Total chemical synthesis of di‐ubiquitin chains.
Chemical and semisynthesis of posttranslationally modified proteins.
MPD Chemicals appointed Mehdi Ghadiri, President of Monomer-Polymer and Dajac Labs in June 2009. Monomer-Polymer and Dajac Labs, headquartered in Trevose, PA, is a subsidiary business unit of MPD Chemicals. Monomer-Polymer and Dajac Labs has a 50 year history within the specialty chemical industry, recognized for its production laboratory, large scale manufacturing, and distribution of primarily specialty monomers and polymers with established, in some cases proprietary, procedures to synthesize, modify and purify more than 10,000 monomer and polymer products. He has managed production projects ranging from gram quantities to metric ton manufacturing.
Tech in Chemical Engineering-Full-Time
Introduction to the principles and operation of fuel cells, stack configurations and fuel cell systems. Fuel cell system design, optimization and economics. Overview of fuel cell technology. Thermodynamics of fuel cells, introduction to electrochemical kinetics, transport-related phenomena and conservation equations for reacting multicomponent systems.
M Tech (Chemical Engineering) from Anna ..
John Shibley joined Silar Laboratories in 1993 as the site manager of its Scotia, NY laboratory R&D and production facility. In 2009, he was named President of Silar Laboratories after Silar’s purchase by MPD Holdings. Previously, he was the business manager of Silar while Silar was owned by Wright Corporation and Oak-Bark Corporation. For over 20 years at Silar, John managed process development, scale-up, new product development, commercialization, manufacturing, and business management. John earned a BS in Chemistry from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a PhD in Inorganic Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an MBA from the University of North Carolina-Wilmington.
Department of Chemical Engineering ::: CALTECH
The BTech (Chemical Engineering) programme is offered in partnership with the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. The programme is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Board (EAB) of the Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES). Via this accreditation, all signatories in the Washington Accord recognize the substantial equivalence of this programme in satisfying the academic requirements for the practice of engineering at the professional level in many countries including Canada, United States of America, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Australia and others.