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006 Windmill web

Aussie hydrogen project

Anthony King, November 2018

Australia has begun a $15m trial to convert solar and wind power into hydrogen gas.

Feature

032 Brain spread web

Mini brains

Anthony King, November 2018

Will human mini-brains grown in the lab prove to be a better alternative to mice models or 2D cell cultures for studying complex diseases like Alzheimer’s, autism and brain tumours?

Highlights

Advanced materials

Arno Kraft, November 2018

OLEDs have taken over the display market for both cheap, small displays and high-end, colour TV screens.

Comment

Creative recruitment

Ashmita Das , November 2018

Imperial College London has announced a post-Brexit arrangement with the Technical University of Munich to jointly recruit academics.

Global View

War on cancer

Shem Oirere, November 2018

Nigeria’s cancer control plan aims to reduce drug costs by 40-50% while increasing cancer specialist numbers

Business

Business digest

November 2018

US healthcare company Alliqua BioMedical is merging with San Fransciso-based biopharmaceutical company Adynxx.

Leader

C-suite concerns

Neil Eisberg, November 2018

So what are the concerns that are currently uppermost in discusions in the board rooms of the life sciences sector?

People

Movers and Shakers

November 2018

Tim Gatzenmeier from the Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, Mulheim, Germany, has been awarded the $3,000 grand prize in Merck’s Alfred R. Bader Award.

Reviews

Power lessons

Michael Gross, November 2018

Four countries – France, Iceland, Denmark and Brazil – have successfully moved away from fossil fuels in a major shift achieved in a few years.