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John Sworen announced as Gordon E Moore Medal winner

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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

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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.

New hydrogel can remove toxic metals from water

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A 3D printed hydrogel structure can absorb metal pollutants in water significantly faster than solid alternatives.

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!

Johnson Matthey joins SCI membership

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SCI is happy to welcome Johnson Matthey to our Corporate Membership Scheme.

Event review: Day of Science and Careers, London

Early Career News

SCI’s Early Careers Committee (ECC) held its ninth annual Day of Science and Careers (DoSC) meeting at SCI HQ on the 28 March 2019.

How can GM help deliver enhanced crops for nutrition?

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At the second Public Evening Lecture of 2019, Professor Johnathan Napier from Rothamsted Research spoke about how his research group are manufacturing fish oils from genetically modified (GM) crops.

PoliSCI (w/e 5 April 2019)

PoliSCI

Your weekly digest of policy news, funding competitions, and calls for evidence.

Chemical industry calls for government to secure Brexit deal

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The government is being urged by the chemical industry to secure more certainty over Brexit by agreeing to a deal, says the Chemical Industries Association (CIA).

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