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A new market for retardants

Maria Burke, 23/08/2010

Environmental concerns have prompted the development of new non-halogenated flame retardants, but not all brominated retardants are bad, reports Maria Burke

Big obstacles for tiny nanotechnologies

Sean Milmo, 23/08/2010

Whether nanotechnology achieves its trillion dollar potential over the next few years will depend on how successfully it overcomes some of the current obstacles facing the sector, reports Sean Milmo

Biodiversity loss could cost businesses the Earth

Cath O’Driscoll, 23/08/2010

A UN report on biodiversity loss makes a compelling economic case for businesses to be more proactive in preserving the natural environment, reports Cath O’Driscoll

Crystallisation <em>in silico</em>

Kevin Roberts, 23/08/2010

Computer simulations that allow drug developers to watch and predict how crystals grow and behave onscreen will speed drug development and slash costs, says Kevin Roberts