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11th July 2012
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Computing clean energy Computing clean energy

High performance computing is supercharging research into clean energy solutions.

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Earthworm

BIO News

Cath O'Driscoll, July 2012

News from the recent BIO event which took place in Boston

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Discovery on Mars

Life on Mars?

Michael Gross, July 2012

Recent years have seen a spectacular renaissance in the search for habitable spaces and traces of life in the universe

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Chemical storytelling

Martyn Berry, July 2012
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Science, and particularly the history of science, seems increasingly to be attracting good popular writing aimed at a reasonably well-informed audience

Leader

REACH rolls on

Neil Eisberg, July 2012

The EU Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals (REACH) regulations are now five years old, although for many, they seem to have occupied a much greater part of our lives

Comment

Bring back boffins

Malcolm Mackley, July 2012

The whole character of the chemical industry has changed over the past 40 years and as a profession it is a good moment for the chemical community to step back and assess whether these changes have been for better or worse

Highlights

Applied highlights

Nigel P Freestone, July 2012

By squeezing a porous solid, such as a natural zeolite (natroliate) with a 2:3:10 ratio of Al:Si:O, chemists have discovered that it made its cavities open wider

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Movers & shakers

July 2012

Chemistry and manufacturing company Onyx Scientific has enlarged its business development team with the appointment of a new director, Brian Jolly