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Separating the guilty and the innocent


Chromatography is one of the key weapons in the forensic scientist’s arsenal, as Clare Sansom discovers

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Ionic liquids revisted

By Michael Freemantle

Ionic liquids have flowed far and wide since they first bubbled to the surface in the late 1990s. Michael Freemantle reports

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Corn growers’ lawsuit contested by Syngenta

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Syngenta opposes class action seeking over $5bn in damages related to its genetically engineered corn

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Boost for carbon capture projects in India, Norway and Australia

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New projects unveiled, as UK carbon capture policy is criticised

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SC Johnson revisits its use of galaxolide

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Concerns of environmental and health groups leads firm to review scientific data on the fragrance chemical

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The patriotic chemist

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It all adds up: chemistry courses requiring maths for entry

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The UK degree courses that need maths grades

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University challenge: where UK higher education gets its funding

26 October 2016By Chemistry World

UK universities have a net income of some £33 billion, with almost £6 billion generated in tuition fees. This has more than made up for a drop in funding and increased staff costs since 2011, with a surplus of around £2 billion for 2014/15. (Figures are in millions) ...

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