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Crowd

Getting crowded

Jon Evans, March 2013

Perhaps you have an idea for a novel technology that you want to develop, perhaps you are the head of a young science and technology company that needs investment, or alternatively an academic scientist who needs assistance trawling through reams of data

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Phototherapy

Missed chance?

Mark Wainwright, March 2013

Imagine a drug that is equally effective against bacteria, viruses and fungi; that does not suffer from drug resistance; and which can be targeted locally, thus avoiding the side effects associated with conventional antimicrobials

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Applied highlights

Nigel P Freestone, March 2013

Gas storage, both long and short term, is an expensive and energy intensive process, which has left the use of isolated natural gas reserves and gas sequestration plans unfeasible

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Three determined women

Bill Griffith, March 2013
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Marie Curie (1867–1934) is deservedly one of the most celebrated and iconic of scientists: she was awarded two Nobel prizes, in physics in 1903, and in chemistry in 1911

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Movers & shakers

March 2013

At BASF, Bernhard Nick, currently president, Verbund Site Management Europe, will become head of the strategic planning & controlling division from 1 July 2013

Comment

Who’s investing in marine biotech?

Meredith Lloyd-Evans, March 2013

Investors in sustainable chemistry are easily visible, generally have high profiles and a distinctive market focus. But who and where are the companies making similar investments in marine biotechnology?

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One world

March 2013

We’ve improved the human condition faster than ever before,’ Microsoft founder Bill Gates told delegates at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos at the end of January 2013

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