Tag Archives: Chemical Industry

A green chemist’s interest in responsible research and innovation

In the past few months, I have been involved in a project on responsible research and innovation (RRI). What is RRI? Well, it’s concerned with the “nature and trajectory of new technologies and fields of enquiry” and asks at a fundamental … Continue reading

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20p for every pound: the value of the UK’s science base

Where’s the evidence? A common challenge laid down by scientists and skeptics to politicians who open their mouths and proclaim the latest ill thought out policy. But the same challenge can also be made to those of us in the … Continue reading

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A Bright Future Ahead for the UK Chemical Industry?

The University of Nottingham recently hosted a network event for the Chemical Industries Association (yes, they do abbreviate to CIA).  The CIA is a trade body representing its membership of approximately 200 UK chemical and pharmaceutical companies by lobbying and … Continue reading

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