Chemicals technology is increasingly being used to make everything from household cleaners to medical devices.

But that isn’t the case with the chemistry industry.

That’s because most of the chemical information available online is outdated and lacking the information required to understand the real science behind a substance.

Chemists have been working on improving their own technology, but there is a lot of misinformation about it, said Jonathan Wachter, a chemistry professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who studies chemistry and the environment.

“We have to be a little bit smarter about our content and what we put on our sites,” he said.

“And that means being able to look at the science and figure out how to tell the story better.”

Wachter is leading a project called Chemicals News that’s bringing science to a larger audience.

The group is using the new platform, called Chemically, to bring a different perspective to the chemistry news that’s already available online.

The site’s goal is to provide more accurate and detailed information about chemistry and help journalists reach their audience.

“This is going to be really important,” Wachters said.

“Because we’re going to have to do more of our work in the public domain.

There’s not a lot out there.”

Chemical Technology News has launched on mobile through a partnership with Mashable and the Huffington Post.

The site also has a section for the public that will feature videos and podcasts, Wachts said.

He said the goal is for the platform to be the same on both Android and iOS, though the app is open source.

Wachters is one of the co-founders of Chemically.

It was founded in 2014 with former Mashable editor-in-chief Chris Licht.

Licht left to create The Verge, a media news site that was purchased by Condé Nast.

Wachtter said that he and Licht, along with fellow co-founder Chris Taylor, created the site after they were frustrated with the lack of chemistry news on the web.

The team created a chemistry primer for people to use as a resource for their own labs, as well as for scientists to share and get help from.

It has also published several other chemistry articles, including a popular one about the use of nitric oxide in hair treatment.

Chemical News is already a great resource for journalists looking for information about chemical products, said Scott Hahn, an editor-at-large at Chemicals Technica.

It’s also been an important part of the story for chemical companies.

Hahn said that while Chemicals Tech News has an established platform, he expects that it’s just the beginning of a long-term relationship between the company and the media.

“I think there’s going to eventually be a partnership where Chemicals is going into the newsroom and doing news and commentary for the companies that use the product,” he told TechCrunch.

“The company is going in there, and they’re going there to talk to the newsrooms, and hopefully they’ll find a way to make this work.”