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Battling the superbugs

Katrina Megget, 14/03/2018

Around 700,000 people worldwide die every year from bacteria that have developed resistance to antibiotics.

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Creative inks

Victoria Hattersley, 14/03/2018

3D printing, otherwise known as additive manufacturing, uses computer-aided design (CAD) software or 3D object scanners to deposit – or add – melted or partly melted material in layers to form complex shapes.

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From Concorde to composites

Harry Swan, 14/03/2018

In 2011, a chance encounter under the wings of Concorde at Duxford Air Museum set in motion a series of events that would lead, six years later, to the development of a 20t/year graphene manufacturing plant, reports Harry Swan

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Planning for success

Stuart Levy, 14/03/2018

Development of a new chemical entity (NCE) drugs is characterised by uncertainty.

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Plastics all at sea

Lou Reade, 14/03/2018

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

 Recovering the red metal

Kathryn Roberts, 14/03/2018

World usage of refined copper has more than tripled in the past 50 years.

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