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Computing clean energy Computing clean energy

High performance computing is supercharging research into clean energy solutions.

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UKRI rolls out

Kathryn Roberts, March 2018

To be launched in April, the new funding organisation UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) will bring together the seven Research Councils, Innovate UK and the newly formed Research England.


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Plastics all at sea

Lou Reade, March 2018

Microplastic particles are accumulating in our seas, but does anyone really know how much is out there – or whether they are harmful?


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Death watch

Michael Gross, March 2018

A review of The radium girls, by Kate Moore.


Organic chemistry

G. Richard Stephenson, March 2018

The photochemistry of the N=N double bond remains a focus for organic research groups.


Business digest

March 2018

Review the latest news and developments from the sector.


Golden Era?

Neil Eisberg, March 2018

After many years spent looking enviously across the Atlantic at the funding available to US biotech start-ups from eager venture capitalists, has the UK biotech sector finally entered a ‘golden era’?


Movers and Shakers

March 2018

California-based biotechnology company Alkahest, which specialises in developing treatments for neurodegenerative diseases and other age-related conditions, has appointed Karl G. Trass as vp for regulatory affairs.

Global View

Kidney failure

A. Nair, March 2018

If wetlands are the kidneys of cities, then most in India have entered a phase of chronic failure.