Vape industry in the US: a smoky future?

2020-01-22T10:38:28+01:00 December 11th, 2019|US|

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The US are the biggest vaping market in the world, but things may change soon. Lack of regulation and strong marketing campaigns have caused both the rise and fall of the sector. The new regulation, that’s strongly wanted by the FDA, imposes now unaffordable costs for the majority of vaping companies. In this very delicate scenario, big tobacco’s enter the sector with their big resources, preparing to win easily. Let’s summarize in a timeline some of the most important events starting from the e-cig entering in the US market. […]

The (Q)SAR methods and their applications

2019-10-17T11:43:48+02:00 August 2nd, 2019|Methods, Regulations|

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The (Q)SAR methods and the in silico methods are often used to “predict” chemical-physical and toxicological properties of molecules with a known structure. The chemical industry is constantly evolving, and it needs fast and reliable methods to study the new molecules. […]

Vape fairs in Europe: more, more and more

2019-07-18T23:34:16+02:00 July 11th, 2019|Events|

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More exhibitors, more visitors and more events for vaping fairs in Europe. A rich calendar characterized the first six months of 2019, made up of new expositions in emerging markets and of historical fairs in well-established markets counting with several years of experience. These reference points has kept on growing and growing in the last years. […]

Bad communication & Bad science?

2020-06-25T20:15:54+02:00 March 2nd, 2018|Events|

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At the E-cigarette summit held in London in November 2017, our scientific and regulatory experts attended interesting debates about vaping. We “brought home” stimulating ideas that were sources of inspiration for some considerations. […]