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Computing clean energy Computing clean energy

High performance computing is supercharging research into clean energy solutions.

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Cows in the field

Organic cows better for birds

Anthony King, July 2019

Organically farmed cows are good for birds, according to a study of EU agri-environment schemes and birds in Finland. Organic cattle farming has a positive impact on the abundance of insect eating birds and birds such as swallows and martins that migrate over long distances.


018 Smart cities spread web

Smart Cities

Richard Corfield, July 2019

The world’s population is booming and more of us are living in cities. But could the future lie in smart sustainable cities that minimise their environmental impact with the help of computers.


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Movers and shakers

July 2019

At the CIA Chemical Industry Awards 2019, the Young Ambassador Award, sponsored by Scientific Update, was presented to Hallam Wheatley, from Sabic UK Petrochemicals. Dave Topliffe, manufacturing manager, Shell Chemicals UK, received the special CIA award for his contribution to the UK chemical industry.


Business digest

July 2019

US biotechnology company, Aldevron, which produces plasmid DNA, proteins, mRNA and antibodies, is building a gene therapy manufacturing campus at its headquarters in Fargo, ND.



Kevin Burgess, July 2019

N- vs C- Capping Of Helices Constraining short peptides into helical conformations has become increasingly popular.