DOE backs materials study for  batteries and beyond
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DOE backs materials study for batteries and beyond

By Mike Williams Rice’s Ming Tang earns early career award to further examine electrodeposition of metals Rice University materials scientist Ming Tang is one of 85 “outstanding scientists…

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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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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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An Outline of the US Regulations for the Import of Chemical Substances
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An Outline of the US Regulations for the Import of Chemical Substances

Introduction to US regulations The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was established in 1970, with the objective to protect human health and the environment. Regulation of both the safety…

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Two-billion-year-old salt rock reveals rise of oxygen in ancient atmosphere
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Two-billion-year-old salt rock reveals rise of oxygen in ancient atmosphere

A 2-billion-year-old chunk of sea salt provides new evidence for the transformation of Earth’s atmosphere into an oxygenated environment capable of supporting life as we know it. The…

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EcoVadis rates Croda’s environmental practices as outstanding
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EcoVadis rates Croda’s environmental practices as outstanding

Croda, who create, make and sell innovative, sustainable, high performance speciality chemicals that are relied on by industries and consumers everywhere has this month been awarded EcoVadis Gold…

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New evidence of nuclear fuel releases found at Fukushima
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New evidence of nuclear fuel releases found at Fukushima

Uranium and other radioactive materials, such as caesium and technetium, have been found in tiny particles released from the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactors. This could mean the…

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Chemicals confidence remains strong
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Chemicals confidence remains strong

EU Commission Business Survey data showed that chemical business trading conditions became more favourable in the third quarter of 2017, compared to the previous quarter of the same…

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Scientists recognised for outstanding contributions
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Scientists recognised for outstanding contributions

DowDuPont Specialty Products Division named three scientists as 2017 Pedersen Award Medalists, the award named in honour of DuPont’s Nobel Laureate Charles J. Pedersen to recognise those who…

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Research leads to new painkiller options
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Research leads to new painkiller options

Scientists on the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) in America have developed new opioid pain relievers that reduce pain on a par with morphine but…

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