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Long life in the balance

Cath O'Driscoll, August 2012

It was always too good to be true, but hopes of living longer on red wine and chocolate have been dealt a blow by recent studies in mice

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Dai Greene

Fuel cocktail

Maria Burke, August 2012

For a quick energy snack, it’s peanut butter or Nutella on toast for 400m hurdles’  world champion Dai Greene

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Movers & shakers

August 2012

The Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI) has named Mary Hennessy president and ceo. An IFAI employee for 24 years, Hennessy most recently held the position of interim executive vice president

Highlights

Advanced materials

Arno Kraft, August 2012

The solar cell market is currently dominated by silicon solar cells that provide the best compromise between efficiency, lifetime and cost

Reviews

Clouded rear vision

Leo Caves, August 2012
Modelling

Novelist William Gibson said: ‘The future is already here – it’s just not very evenly distributed.’ A corollary of this statement is that the past is also here

Comment

Efficiency through shared resources

Tom Beil, August 2012

The pharma and biotech industry international supply chain consortium Rx-360 recently ran a successful pilot programme of joint audits

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Missing Pieces

Neil Eisberg, August 2012

The fragmentation of the UK chemical industry over the past couple of decades has resulted in what can only be described as a jigsaw with many missing pieces, according to incoming SCI honorary president Paul Booth