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Microwave-assisted chemistry might not deserve its environmentally friendly reputation, argues Jonathan Moseley
What proportion of the world's energy supply will be sustainable by 2020?
What future do Britain's museums face in the light of government spending cuts? Science communicator Alice Bell discusses what it could mean for the next generation of scientists
Antony Williams looks forward to a rich online resource of chemical reactions
Harry Kroto gets hot under the collar on the subject of so-called carbyne
Martin Rees, president of the Royal Society, on the first 350 years of the world's oldest scientific academy in continuous existence
John Holman, former director of the UK's National Science Learning Centre, is optimistic about the current state of chemistry education. But important caveats remain
The two sides of the CCS debate go head to head - should CCS be backed or sidelined?
School children in the UK are told oil will run out by 2050, but oil companies expect production to be about the same as it is today, writes Richard Pike
Scientist Michael Brooks stood for parliament at the last election against an MP who favours homeopathy and medical astrology. He lost. Should we worry?
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The Wellcome Trust is one of the largest science funding bodies in the world. Sir Mark Walport, the trust's director, tells Phillip Broadwith how it spends its money
Bibiana Campos-Seijo meets the chief executive of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, Sir Andrew Dillon
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