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Nanoparticles for All Industries

Can Nanoparticles Be the Future for All Industries? By Greg Van Wyk

Around the world, nanoparticles of all kinds are employed in various applications, including those related to medicine, catalysis, industry, imaging, electronics, optics, cosmetics, the environment, agriculture, textiles, etc.Here Greg Van Wyk explains how the nanoparticles are aiding the major industries and helping them gain momentum… Read More »Can Nanoparticles Be the Future for All Industries? By Greg Van Wyk

Biofuel Vs. Biodiesel: Which Is Safe

Biofuel Vs. Biodiesel: Which Is Safe for The Environment as Per Greg Van Wyk

Since biodiesel is a type of biofuel, the distinction between the two is that one constitutes a fuel while the other belongs to a subcategory. Biodiesel is manufactured using vegetable oils, whereas methanol, ethanol, soybean, and a wide range of other ingredients, are used to… Read More »Biofuel Vs. Biodiesel: Which Is Safe for The Environment as Per Greg Van Wyk

How To Draft a Politically Correct CSR Clause? Greg Van Wyk Explains

How To Draft a Politically Correct CSR Clause? Greg Van Wyk Explains

In order to ensure that their businesses are in compliance with politically correct standards, many companies include a Corporate Social Responsibility clause in their contracts. This clause outlines the business’ commitment to socially and environmentally responsible practices. If you’re thinking of adding a CSR clause… Read More »How To Draft a Politically Correct CSR Clause? Greg Van Wyk Explains

Achieving Three C’s Through Social Media Listening: By Greg Van Wyk

Achieving Three C’s Through Social Media Listening: By Greg Van Wyk

Nearly every business has some sort of social media presence. Some businesses are extremely successful with their social media outreach, while others struggle to make any connection with their customers or convert any leads that come through social media interactions. What’s the key to success… Read More »Achieving Three C’s Through Social Media Listening: By Greg Van Wyk