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Computing clean energy Computing clean energy

High performance computing is supercharging research into clean energy solutions.

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007 Vape web

Toxins found in e-cig liquids

Maria Burke, February 2019

Six out of ten ‘nicotine-free’ e-cigarette liquids contained nicotine as well as a toxic chemical found in insecticides, herbicides and disinfectants, according to Australian tests.


018 Photons web

Fuelled by photons

Richard Corfield, February 2019

It took the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft 12 years to reach Saturn and Titan.


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Metrohm Product Focus


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Business digest

February 2019

Biomunex Pharmaceuticals has signed a licensing agreement with French pharma major Sanofi.


Resistance is useless

Neil Eisberg, February 2019

Antibiotics and antimicrobial resistance (AMR) are in the headlines once again.


Movers and Shakers

February 2019

Global biopharma giant AstraZeneca has announced organisational changes to support both R&D and commercial operations. 


Business advice

Paul Hodges, February 2019

Management, like economics, is a relatively new field of study and we are still feeling our way towards an understanding of what it involves.

Global View

Return of millet

A. Nair, February 2019

Once regarded as poor man’s food, the humble millet could be about to undergo a revival of interest.


Food disgust

Anne-Kathrin Klessem, February 2019

Sustainable consumption means consuming products that have a minimal impact on the environment.



Kevin Burgess, February 2019

Molecular beacons typically comprise complementary nucleic acid strands joined by a loop region, and donor/acceptor or donor/quencher fluorescence resonance energy transfer pairs.