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Artificial womb

Maria Burke, May 2017

An artificial womb could transform care for extremely premature babies by giving them a few invaluable weeks to develop their lungs and other organs. Its developers say that a decade from now these devices could take the place of incubators attached to ventilators.

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Electric dream revival

Eric Johnson, May 2017

Better batteries, a revamped image and huge government incentives…Could electric cars be finally gaining traction? Eric Johnson reports.

People

People

Neil Eisberg, May 2017
Jan Chan

The Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh (SSP) in the US and the Pittcon Organising Committee have announced that Jane Chan will be the president for the analytical chemistry conference, Pittcon 2020 to be held in Chicago, Illinois.

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Business digest

Neil Eisberg, May 2017

Review the latest news and developments from the sector.

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Death of a king

Neil Eisberg, May 2017

On 21 April 2017, the UK experienced its first ever working day without coal generation since the Industrial Revolution, according to the National Grid.