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Group News

Introducing SCI’s Energy group blog series!

Renewable energy

SCI's Energy group are set to release a series of blog articles on the SCIBlog, which will explore various topics around energy, discussing how recent years have seen energy play a large role in response to the climate threat.

Global Prize for Pest Management Science Editor

Baldwyn Torto

Professor Baldwyn Torto, Principal Scientist and Head, Behavioural and Chemical Ecology (BCEU) at the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (icipe), Kenya, and a member of SCI’s Pest Management Science Editorial Board, has been awarded the 2019 Agropolis Louis Malassis International Prize for Food and Agriculture, under the Outstanding Career in Agricultural Development category.

Public Evening Lecture: Beyond the Periodic Kingdom

Periodic Kingdom

Professor Peter Atkins will take an audience to a journey through and beyond the Periodic Kingdom

Interview: 2019 Bright SCIdea winners

Team Plastech Innovation

SCI speaks to the 2019 Bright SCIdea Challenge winners Plastech Innovation about their scientific idea and the future of their start-up.

New Future Leader Fellows to tackle global challenges

research graphic

UKRI have announced the first 41 Future Leaders Fellowships, awarded to the next generation of researchers and innovators tackling global challenges.

John Sworen announced as Gordon E Moore Medal winner

john sworen

SCI America is pleased to announce that John Sworen of The Chemours Company will be awarded the 2019 Gordon E Moore Medal for his work on sustainable textiles.

Chemical sector could capture £4.8bn annually from UK battery supply chain

electric car battery

An automotive battery report launched on Monday at a VIP launch event dinner at SCI, showed that the UK chemical sector could capture £4.8bn per annum from the domestic automotive battery manufacturing supply chain by 2030.

‘Exotic’ genes could improve cotton yields

Cotton field

Strains of cotton with ‘exotic’ genetic material could help improve yields, while also increasing fibre quality.

Journal Highlights: March 2019

Highlights

Here are some of the highlights from the most recent issues of our journals. To view the full range of SCI's journals, visit our Publications page!