Chemistry is a branch of science which embraces all living matter as well as a vast amount of non- living substances. The study of modern chemistry has many branches: Physical chemistry, Organic chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Analytical chemistry and Biochemistry.
Among the sciences, chemistry stands out as a practically versatile, useful and important field. Chemistry is often said to be the "central science" as it is applied/ ingrained into so many areas in everyday life and is essential for understanding much of the natural world. If the field of chemistry is growing then all the others filed of sciences will also be growing. Chemistry is poised to make even greater contributions to betterment of life and understanding of new materials. It will lead the way to development of new materials having desired features and detection at levels which could not be imagined before. Biotechnology also dependent on chemistry Emergence of green chemistry is developed to invent more environment friendly applications by preventing environmental hazards. The organic chemistry brings a revolution in the field chemistry, currently green chemistry also overcome the hazards of all branches of chemistry simply the whole progress in this world dependent in the field of chemistry.
Global Business/Research of chemistry:
The global clinical chemistry analysers market was estimated at $8,965 million in 2014. It is one of the largest industrial sectors and a leading source of direct and indirect employment in many regions. This market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.52% between 2014 and 2019, to reach $11,728.01 million in 2019. The chemical industry is vital to supplying modern products, economic development and materials and technical solutions across the European economy with 1.2 million workers and sales of €519 billion by 2015. Chemical production in the European Union is expected to barely grow faster than in 2016. Global chemical production other than pharmaceuticals will certainly grow by 3.4% in 2017. The global growth rate of the chemical market will be largely determined by developments in China, which accounts for more than a third of worldwide production. Global chemical production (excluding pharmaceuticals) will probably grow by 3.4% in 2017, the same pace as 2016 (+3.4%). We anticipate a marginally higher expansion rate in the advanced economies (2016: +0.9%, 2017: +1.1%). Growth in the emerging markets will presumably weaken somewhat (2016: +5.4%, 2017: +5.1%).
Harvard University, USA; University of California, USA; McGill University, Canada; Yale University, USA; University of Chicago, USA
University in Oxford, UK; Imperial College London, UK; Durham University, UK; University in Strasbourg, France; University of Manchester, UK
National University of Singapore, Singapore; University in Tokyo, Japan; Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea; Peking University, China; The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
King Saud University, Saudi Arabia; King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia; The American University in Cairo, Egypt; United Arab Emirates University, UAE; University of Jordan, Jordan
Global Research Centers / Laboratories:
Thompson research group- Chemistry, Canada; American Chemical Society, USA; Jefferson Laboratory, USA; The GEL Laboratories, USA; American West Analytical Laboratories, USA; American Association for Clinical Chemistry, USA; American Crystallographic Association, USA; Canadian Society for Chemical Technology, Canada
European federation of clinical chemistry and laboratory medicines, Sweden; Chemical Society, Sweden; Italian Chemical Society, Italy; Royal Netherlands Chemical Society, Netherlands; Singapore Chemical Industry Council, Singapore
Chinese-American Chemical Society, China; Chemical Research Society of India, India; Japan Association for International Chemical Information, Japan; Singapore Chemical Industry Council, Singapore
Global Chemistry Companies:
Alpha Chi Sigma, USA; American Research and Testing Inc., USA; ExxonMobil, USA; Dow Chemical, USA; Chevron Phillips Chemical, USA
AkzoNobel, Netherlands; Borealis, Austria; Air Liquide, France; Evonik Industries, Germany; Ineos, Switzerland; Johnson Matthey, UK
Sinopec, China; Mitsubishi Chemical, Japan; Sumitomo Chemical, Japan; SCG, Thailand; Indorama Ventures, Thailand