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Computing clean energy Computing clean energy

High performance computing is supercharging research into clean energy solutions.

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Digesting a sticky problem

Michael Gross, December 2010

Far too little is known about the microbial communities that may, with the right encouragement, help to clean up oil spills, reports Michael Gross

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Top science stories 2010

Cath O'Driscoll, December 2010

From a universal flu vaccine to the world’s first synthetic cell, Cath O’Driscoll presents a snapshot of the chemical science stories making headlines during 2010

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Advanced Materials

Arno Kraft, December 2010

A hybridpolymer–inorganicthermoelectric

Thermoelectric materials are able to convert heat into electricity. All they need is a temperature gradient.

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SCI going forward

Joanne Lyall, December 2010

Not content with 130 years of success, the SCI is looking forward to building on its strength as a multidisciplinary forum connecting people across the breadth of the chemicalusing industries and academia, writes Joanne Lyall

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Just a step away

Neil Eisberg, December 2010

Personalised medicine is much closer than most of us actually believe, according to a new study from US researchers at Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development (Tufts CSDD) that is. The study emphasises that the development of personalised medicine is a key strategy for biopharmaceutical companies.

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The British contribution

Robert Uhlig, December 2010

Genius of Britain: The scientists who changed the world Robert Uhlig