Globally, around 150bn new banknotes are printed every year, while replacing unfit currency that is too soiled or damaged for further use costs almost $10bn/year
Three dimensional (3D) printing with plastics, metals, and other inert materials is commonplace today, and is used in the medical industry to produce patient-specific polymer implants and surgical guides
Is uncorking headed for the dustbin?
The webinar begins by asking the question “Why is the Earth’s surface the temperature it is?”.
With the ever increasing change in the global economic demographics it is time to consider just what impact this has beyond the already accepted increase in healthcare costs.
presented on 19 Nov 2013
Poster by Dr. Alessandro Poma, Dr. Yao Xu and Dr. Nicholas Turner
Poster by Zheling Li, Robert J. Young and Ian A. Kinloch
Poster by Victoria J. Wickens, Mike P. Garratt, Alison P. Bailey and Simon G. Potts
Poster by Jennifer Wickens, Stuart Roberts, Alison Bailey and Simon G. Potts
Poster by Nicholas J. Race and Dr. John F. Bower
Poster by Callie Seaman, Bryn Flinders and Malcolm Clench
Carl Djerassi, the Vienna-born Nobel-calibre chemist and polymath, celebrated his 90th birthday in 2013
Multicomponent coupling reactions and ‘click’ chemistry have become research topics that contribute to many aspects of organic chemistry
The vision of the UK’s new Chemistry Growth Partnership (CGP) – to grow by 2030 the gross value added contribution of the chemistry-using industries from £195bn to £300bn
Syros Pharmaceuticals, a life sciences company using gene control for the treatment of cancer and other diseases, has announced that Stéphane Bancel has joined its board of directors
Obesity is a major problem in the developed world, as we are all aware. However a report published by the UK think tank, the Overseas Development Institute, in early January 2014 held a big surprise
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