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March 2015


Ebola detection

Ebola in a flash!

Maria Burke, March 2015
A new test that can detect advanced-stage Ebola infection within minutes is to be launched in March 2015.



Cloudy outlook

Simon Hadlington, March 2015
Swirling clouds of dust lifted by hot winds blowing across the Sahara desert and drawn high into the atmosphere may appear to have little to with rainfall patterns in countries thousands of miles away.


Dancing with the budgetMarch 23, 2015


Reversing the trend

Neil Eisberg, March 2015
Economic growth is currently rather elusive, with only the US, the UK and China having measurable positive growth.


A noble scientist

George B Kauffman, March 2015
All the major medical advances of the last century garnered Nobel prizes. We have never understood why the late Carl Djerassi, the father of the contraceptive pill...


Broken cycle

Mark Bloomfield, March 2015
The conference call was on a hot and humid August day in 2011 in both New Jersey, US, and east France.


Movers & shakers

March 2015
Ulrich Küsthardt, right, has been named as the new chief innovation officer at Evonik; he succeeds Peter Nagler.


Applied Highlights

Nigel P Freestone, March 2015
Immiscible with either hydrophobic or hydrophilic solvents, polyfluorinated compounds (PFCs) are generally ‘fluorous’, some of which have widely been employed as surfactants and water/oil repellents.

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