New carbon could signal step-change for the world’s most popular batteries
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New carbon could signal step-change for the world’s most popular batteries

Scientists have created a new type of carbon that could make the batteries in our phones, tablet computers and laptops safer, more powerful, quicker to charge and longer…

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DHI assists industries to unravel regulatory ambiguities
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DHI assists industries to unravel regulatory ambiguities

With our toxicological expertise and regulatory know-how, DHI is the perfect partner. Not only is choosing the right materials and products crucial. Chemical substances used in products with…

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Innovation, Performance and Reliability since 1919
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Innovation, Performance and Reliability since 1919

Bowker have been a household name within the Transport Industry since 1919 but you may not be aware of their ever-growing prevalence within the hazardous warehousing sector. We…

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The Periodic Table of Videos is 10 years old
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The Periodic Table of Videos is 10 years old

They have 1,074,181 subscribers and have won numerous awards, and on Sunday 24th June 2018 the team behind the Periodic Videos celebrated ten years since they posted their…

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WeAreTheCity reveals Top 100 Female Rising Stars across 20 industries
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WeAreTheCity reveals Top 100 Female Rising Stars across 20 industries

WeAreTheCity released the names of its top 100 female Rising Stars, as part of its annual awards programme, to celebrate the female talent pipeline across the UK.  The…

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Distinguished scientists elected as Fellows and Foreign Members of the Royal Society
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Distinguished scientists elected as Fellows and Foreign Members of the Royal Society

Automotive industry heavyweights, artificial intelligence pioneers and food bio-fortification luminaries are amongst the fifty eminent scientists elected as Fellows of the Royal Society and ten as new Foreign…

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Do we need to learn to share?
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Do we need to learn to share?

Over recent years there seems to be a growing emphasis on cross sector and industry sharing of information, including that relating to the latest in best practise, regulation…

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UK should stay close to REACH
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UK should stay close to REACH

Speaking at a public hearing organised by the House of Lords, on June 27th, Cefic executive director Product Stewardship Peter Smith said the UK should stay closely in…

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Chemicals industry looking to source more renewable energy
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Chemicals industry looking to source more renewable energy

  The European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on the RE-Source Platform. The RE-Source Platform, founded by SolarPower Europe, WindEurope,…

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Enzyme boost could hasten production of biofuels and other bioprocessed materials
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Enzyme boost could hasten production of biofuels and other bioprocessed materials

Imperial scientists have enhanced the process of using biology to make products such as fuels, plastics, medicines, and cosmetics. This could lead to cheaper and more environmentally friendly…

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