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15 December 2017
Philippines wants French drugmaker to cover immunisation program costs
13 December 2017
Company to spend over C$2 billion growing its steam cracker by 50% and building a new polyethylene facility
8 December 2017
Firms will collaborate to develop and commercialise seed-applied technologies
7 December 2017
US jury fines Xarelto makers $27.8 million for downplaying drug risks
4 December 2017
Extending herbicide’s approval until December 2022 has pleased neither industry nor environmental campaigners
1 December 2017
While insects as human food remain a novelty in the West, fly larvae grown on human food waste could soon become an important protein source for fish farms
Almost 2000 jobs to be created at research centres in Manchester and London
30 November 2017
Brexit drives EMA to relocate, taking hundreds of jobs and significant expertise away from UK
29 November 2017
Government touts high-tech science area as Russia’s answer to Silicon Valley
26 November 2017
Is working on genetic mutations that affect only a few in every thousand people risky?
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