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OLEDs go organic

Jon Evans, January 2013

For the first time, Japanese scientists have developed an efficient organic light-emitting diode (OLED) that is truly organic, as it does not contain any heavy metal atoms

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Batting for a better 2013

Neil Sinclair, January 2013

The European chemicals industry must feel rather like John Cleese as the batsman in the Monty Python sketch who describes how he is hit on the head by bouncers

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Weighing up the costs

George B. Kauffman, January 2013
Sustainable Energy Pricing

Sustainability is all the rage today. Sustainable energy is primarily concerned with using energy wisely and introducing energy efficiency measures

Highlights

Organic chemistry

G. Richard Stephenson, January 2013

Fused aromatic rings are not simple ‘Hückel’ π systems and it is possible to conceive patterns of rings that produce a markedly uneven distribution of electron density

Comment

Making sense of uncertainty

Paul Hardaker, January 2013

The challenges facing the public and policymakers in dealing with uncertainty in science are not new.  Both Aristotle and Plato struggled with this in their work on socialising science

Leader

A waiting game

Neil Eisberg, January 2013

How does that old adage go? You wait for ages for a bus to come along, and then two come along together? The UK’s energy policy has been like that for many years

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January 2013

AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry has named Puck van Doorn as marketing project manager, personal care applications.