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Home > Press > Aldrich(R) Releases Materials Science Catalog That Includes Products to Advance Sustainable Energy and Nanotechnology Research

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Aldrich, a division of Sigma-Aldrich (Nasdaq: SIAL), has released its new "materials by application" Materials Science catalog. The catalog features more than 4,000 products for research in Alternative Energy, Organic Electronics, Metal & Ceramic Science, Nanomaterials, Micro/NanoElectronics and Polymer Science. Each chapter contains technical information and highlights from some of the latest advances in these fields.

Aldrich(R) Releases Materials Science Catalog That Includes Products to Advance Sustainable Energy and Nanotechnology Research

ST. LOUIS, MO | Posted on November 26th, 2008

"This catalog serves as a materials supply source as well as a tool to assist materials researchers working in the leading areas of modern materials research such as sustainable energy, bio- and soft-materials and electronics and photonics," said Dr. Shashi Jasty, initiative lead for Materials Science at Sigma-Aldrich.

"The structuring of the Aldrich Materials Science catalog is geared toward science and solutions to problems not just traditional materials," said Professor Joachim O. Radler with the Center of NanoScience and Department of Physics at Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany. "That's what makes this catalog so valuable."

The printed catalog is a complement to Aldrich's online product catalog, which provides quick access to an easy-to-browse compilation of advanced materials.

To request a complimentary copy of the Aldrich Materials Science catalog, please visit www.sigma-aldrich.com/mscat or send an email to .

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About Sigma-Aldrich
Sigma-Aldrich is a leading Life Science and High Technology company. Our biochemical and organic chemical products and kits are used in scientific and genomic research, biotechnology, pharmaceutical development, the diagnosis of disease and as key components in pharmaceutical and other high technology manufacturing. We have customers in life science companies, university and government institutions, hospitals, and in industry. Over one million scientists and technologists use our products. Sigma-Aldrich operates in 36 countries and has 8,000 employees providing excellent service worldwide. Sigma-Aldrich is committed to Accelerating Customer Success through Leadership in Life Science, High Technology and Service.

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