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Will filling your car with biofuel ever be sustainable? Matthew Aylott says that new technology is set to make this dream a reality
Biofuels are needed more urgently than ever, but issues of land use change and management must be considered first, say Jeremy Woods, Seyed Ali Hosseini and Nilay Shah
On their return from Monza, Bibiana Campos Seijo talks to the Williams F1 team about tyre performance, fuel and the chemistry of racing
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council is having to make some tough funding decisions, says David Delpy
A confused picture has emerged following the EPSRCs funding announcement, says David Phillips
Ahead of the 24th General conference on weights and measures in October, Peter Atkins explains the benefits of the new SI
Following the recent release of guidelines detailing how universities will be assessed in the upcoming REF, Richard Catlow talks about this important exercise
Gordon Mizner argues that fair and well-structured internships are vital to attracting the best students into chemical careers
Trevor Keel and Graham Hutchings celebrate a partnership that rarely gets a mention
Reinforcing and not correcting the fears of a risk-averse public is no way to build constructive working relationships, writes Hal Sosabowski
Dismissing the fears of a risk-averse public is no way to build constructive working relationships, writes David Ropeik
How will chemistry change our diets in the next 10 years?
Medicinal chemistry's quest for potent drug candidates has resulted in molecules that are too large and too lipophilic for their own good
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