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Learn More About P&G Products
P&G is much more than just beauty and grooming products. From toothpaste to household cleaners and everything in between, millions of people every day rely on P&G to make their lives easier. Interested in learning more about the products that P&G develops? Visit http://www.pg.com/ to find out more.
Science of Fabric & Home Care
Science in the Box is a comprehensive scientific information library on laundry detergents and household cleaning products from P&G. It contains a wealth of product information for consumers, media, scientists and interested stakeholders on product innovation. It also describes P&G's approach to R&D, the human and environmental safety aspects of our products, sustainability, and contains a library of scientific publications and product safety datasheets. Learn more at http://www.scienceinthebox.com/.
With more than 300 brands sold throughout the world, P&G's business is influenced by a wide variety of government policies, laws, and regulations. We're also affected by many new scientific developments that could influence how we evaluate the safety and sustainability of P&G products. So, we're often asked for our views about new government programs, new scientific research, and other issues that can affect our business. Visit http://www.pgperspectives.com/ to learn more.
P&G Research and Development
Explore the "Science Behind the Brands" at Procter and Gamble. From understanding the consumer to attracting global innovators and applying new technologies, learn more about the processes behind the array of P&G products at http://www.pg.com/en_US/sustainability/index.shtml.
Whenever biology is involved in the need or solution of a problem, bioscience plays a vital role. For example, P&G scientists utlize biosciences when developing odor control methods, figuring out which enzymes work in cold water detergent and how to optimize bone growth, just to name a few. To learn more about the ways that biosciences are used at P&G, please visit http://www.pgbioscience.com/en_US/index.shtml.