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Computing clean energy Computing clean energy

High performance computing is supercharging research into clean energy solutions.

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Solar panel and wind farm

£12m boost for sodium batteries

Anthony King, November 2019

The University of St Andrews has received a £12m boost from the UK’s Faraday Institution to create a safe Na-ion battery with high performance, low cost and a long cycling life.


Ants on string

Drugs from bugs

Vanessa Zainzinger, November 2019

With the looming threat of more drug-resistant pathogens, scientists are looking to untapped resources and ecosystems to find new antimicrobial compounds, Vanessa Zainzinger reports.


Movers & shakers

November 2019

Chinese biotechnology firm Ascletis Pharma, which focuses on antiviral, cancer and fatty acid diseases, has appointed former Novartis global head Handan He as CSO.


A vote for women scientists

Robin Perutz, November 2019

In 1910, the French magazine Les Hommes du Jour, literally Men of the Day, published a cover article about Marie Curie, entitled Madame Pierre Curie.


Business digest

November 2019

Japanese pharmaceutical company Astellas Pharma and US-based bioelectronics start-up iota Biosciences have entered into a collaborative R&D agreement.