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Announcing our 2019 SCIdea poster teams!

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Our 2019 poster presenters for the Bright SCIdea Challenge have been selected!

Semiconductors can be used to make new quantum material

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Researchers have developed a method to produce super-thin quantum materials with extraordinary electronic behaviour from semiconductors.

Introducing our 2019 Bright SCIdea finalists

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Our 2019 finalists for the Bright SCIdea Challenge have been selected!

Research offers hope for cancer patients, says ICR Head

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The Institute of Cancer Research’s (ICR) Professor Paul Workman delivered his SCI Public Evening Lecture, Defeating Cancer – Progress and Challenges, to a packed auditorium on Wednesday 27 February 2019.

Innovate UK calls for new Smart Grants applications

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UK businesses are invited to apply for a new Smart Grant to receive an investment of up to £20m from Innovate UK.

Professor Lesley Yellowlees, CBE – Our future in renewable energy

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Professor Lesley Yellowlees will give her SCI Public Evening Lecture on 'The future of renewable energy' on 22 May 2019.

Event Review: Leaders of the future

Mid Career Comm 2019

On Tuesday 5 February 2019, delegates from across the chemical industry gathered at SCI HQ in London to launch the new SCI Mid-Career Group. The day was filled with interesting talks and lively discussion about what can be done for mid-career professionals.

Celebrating the 50th year of Polymer International

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Polymer International, one of SCI’s seven peer-reviewed journals, is now in its fiftieth year of publication.

Businesses told to prepare for no-deal Brexit

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In the event of a no-deal Brexit, government have released advice on any action companies should take to minimise disruption to their business.

Graphene could be used to build quantum computers

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Researchers have made developments with graphene that could lead to its future use in quantum computing.

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