Chinese scientists are on the verge of successfully producing clean fuels from underground coal deposits
Clean coal technology is heralding a greener future for the once dirty energy source. Andrew West investigates the clean coal options
Two years in a spacecraft is a long time. Human hibernation is being explored as one way to get astronauts to Mars. Andrew West examines the possibilities.
Green reaction media in organic synthesis
Microtubules play an important role in cell replication and information about the structure of these polymers might shed light on new cancer treatments. Andrew West investigates
Ionic liquids have long been hailed as the future of green chemistry but can they live up to their promise? Andrew West investigates
Developments in organic LED technology could soon revolutionise aspects of patient care, especially for monitoring babies. Andrew West finds out more
New inhibitors may overcome bacteria's resistance to tuberculosis drugs.
Bees are creating a buzz in the world of antibiotic resistance thanks to research by independent teams in Belfast and Cardiff, UK.
Supplements containing chromodulin may form carcinogens in the body.
Piersandro Pallavicini and colleagues at the University of Pavia, Italy, have developed a system for fluorescence signalling within a pH range rather than at a specific pH value.
Could cyanobacterial proteins hold the key to the 'hydrogen economy'?
Laser light avoids side-product formation in ligand synthesis.
Comparative genome analysis has changed theories about evolution and disease. Andrew West examines how it may also change ideas about drug development.
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