A new US study casts doubts on the ability of wastewater treatment plants to deal effectively with the wastewater returned by hydraulic fracturing or fracking of shale to release natural gas or other hydrocarbons
Blood loss is the major cause of death for soldiers, whether they have been hit by a roadside bomb or by a bullet
Technical breakthroughs in chemical development, process operations and modelling are necessary to meet the challenges encountered within the chemical and pharmaceutical industries today.
Thermoelectric materials are attracting a huge interest due to their ability to convert waste heat into useful electrical energy
The principle of the fuel cell was discovered in 1838 by the German-Swiss chemist Christian Friedrich Schönbein, best known as the discoverer of gun cotton
EMBO and the Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) have named Geneviève Almouzni, deputy director of the Institut Curie in Paris, France, as the winner of the 2013 FEBS/EMBO Women in Science Award
Energy regulator Alistair Buchanan’s warning of the imminent loss of an adequate UK power generating capacity margin and the UK’s increasing reliance on gas underlines the urgent need to finally address the past failings in UK energy policy
Just 80 years ago, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was inaugurated as the 32nd US president. At the time the world was enduring the Great Depression, and, in his inaugural speech, Roosevelt outlined his plans for his New Deal