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We are Chemours: a new kind of chemistry company. We believe responsible chemistry can meet the needs of a world that demands more. Member of
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The Chemours Company 5h
We received the Best Corporate Chair award during the 2020 Business Meeting—highlighting our contribution to local academic development through our Future of Chemistry Scholarship program. Thanks to our President in Mexico, Claudia Márquez, for representing us!
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The Chemours Company 5h
We're grounded by our value of being Customer Centered. The Ti-Pure™ Flex online portal for purchasing Ti-Pure™ titanium dioxide delivers on that. The portal provides clear pricing and self-service transactions in just a few clicks. Learn more:
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The Chemours Company 11h
Our commitment to reducing our fluorinated air and water process emissions by 99% or more is one of our 10 bold goals to achieve by 2030.
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The Chemours Company Feb 24
As we wrap up , we were so excited to visit Patton Middle School in Pennsylvania today to conduct hands-on experiments, show robotics demonstrations, and much more to many enthusiasts.
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The Chemours Company Feb 24
Today, we honor the life of Katherine Johnson, one of the greatest trailblazers for women and minorities in the field. Her work and legacy will live on and inspire future generations to come.
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The Chemours Company Feb 24
Earlier this month, employees gathered at The Chemours Discovery Hub in Newark, Delaware, to enjoy a Lunar New Year Celebration and banquet featuring guest speakers highlighting traditional New Year celebrations and cuisine, all hosted by the Chemours Asian Group.
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The Chemours Company Feb 22
Wrapping up , we’re proud to support FABLAB Jackson County, a mobile lab featuring computer-aided design technologies that brings inspiring, hands-on experiences to students in southern Mississippi.
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The Chemours Company Feb 22
that 60% of today's students will work in careers that currently don't exist? The increasing pace of tech development is a compelling reason to give children the they need to flourish in a world many of us can't imagine.
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The Chemours Company Feb 22
This , here’s another example of education worth sharing: Through our partnership, students at are studying groundwater movement in the Memphis aquifer to determine the natural rate of groundwater recharge, while driving sustainable practices.
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The Chemours Company Feb 21
Tokyo. Beijing. Jakarta. Dehli. Mexico City. New York. By 2030, the Earth will be home to 43 megacities—a growth trend that demands unprecedented infrastructure investment. See how chemistry is powering this urban adapation in .
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The Chemours Company Feb 21
This , we’re supporting tomorrow’s leaders through partnerships like ’s Doing a World of Good campaign. By 2030, we’ll invest $50M to increase access to STEM skills and safety & sustainability programs—like this event.
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The Chemours Company Feb 20
As an intern at Chemours, Bailey Willems saw her ideas implemented in ways that helped both our customers and our business. That kind of real-time empowerment allowed Bailey to be her and even led to a post-grad career here! See opportunities:
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The Chemours Company Feb 20
Thanks for sharing that great photo of The Chemours Discovery Hub, ! We can’t wait for the ribbon cutting on March 9 at the STAR Campus! Glad we’ll be neighbors soon.
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The Chemours Company Feb 20
As a champion for women in science and technology, Claudia Marquez, President of The Chemours Company in Mexico and a mechanical engineer by trade, offers her advice on finding success as a female engineer.
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The Chemours Company Feb 19
Our Teflon™ fluoropolymers are helping build tomorrow's smart cities, enabling high-purity semiconductor manufacturing as well as cabling and connections that speed up the flow of information. See how:
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The Chemours Company Feb 19
Ed Sparks, President of Fluoroproducts and Chemical Solutions, shares his passion for nurturing next-generation talent. A chemical engineer by trade, Ed noted the critical role mentors played in his development. He continues to support future leaders.
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The Chemours Company Feb 18
We’re celebrating in honor of ! Engineer, physician, professor, and astronaut, Jemison was the first African American woman in space. Now, she’s inspiring the next generation of scientists to “look up.” For more:
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The Chemours Company Feb 18
As the first female in her family to attend college, Diane Iuliano Picho continues to serve as a trailblazer at home and in the workforce by applying the discipline and problem-solving ideals she learned while studying mechanical engineering.
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The Chemours Company Feb 18
by 2050, the world will have 43 megacities with populations exceeding 10 million? Chemistry will have a big role to play in ensuring that residents of these megacities can thrive. Learn more in series.
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The Chemours Company Feb 17
Tomorrow's world depends on today's youth. We're happy to support the Youth Environmental Leadership Program (YELP) of One Hundred Miles, which empowers high school students in coastal Georgia to advocate for environmental protection.
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