Innovation and technology have reached the seventh heaven today. However, chemical research always goes unseen as most of the researchers are engaged investigating more about the technology and science. More of the innovation today is concentrated on physics and biology, says Tim Hoctor, Vice President at Elsevier.
Chemists say it is really a need of an hour that industries should emphasize equally on chemical research by taking different views that are most appreciable. In a survey conducted, 80 percent of the chemists said most of the chemists choose the area of medical research with a belief that its more related to biology and chemistry does not show any presence.
Another 80% of experts said the maximum emphasis on applied research is delaying the innovations day by day. However, there’s something different that came out of Susan Morrissey’s mind. She said, “Chemistry in point of fact is closely associated with today’s trending innovations.”
The American Chemical Society will demonstrate complete sympathy towards all the affiliates of the medical and chemical industry to beat and compete with all the other industries. Media is attracted more towards technological innovations rather than chemical research. Following chemical sciences is very significant for career progression. Most of the individuals are still confused with this concept.
They are still not able to make out medical research is a part of chemistry or a biology. There is a number of government agencies and laboratories who work on different experiments but the accuracy level is usually low. There remains a very less scope to explore the ideas. They need to figure out the best solution so that they can further make it workable.
It is quite a lengthy process that involves molding a solution into a substance that will be innocuous, attractive and operative and can produce within the given time span.