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Sustainable chemistry thriving at the University of Nottingham

This post is a copy of a press release I wrote for a recent event on green and sustainable chemistry held at The University of Nottingham in April 2014.  Researchers from across the University of Nottingham came together to talk … 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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What Sustainability Means to a Chemist

A group of Ph.D. students at the University of Nottingham have recently set up a forum for early career researchers studying sustainability (in any of its forms or guises). The Sustainability Research Network, as it has been called, had its … 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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