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Alfred Oberholz says the EU's sustainable chemistry technology platform can help boost the European chemical community's competitiveness
The number and nature of departments delivering undergraduate chemistry degrees is changing. Paul O'Brien analyses how many are needed
Richard Clegg argues that nuclear chemistry has declined in the UK and considerable investment would be needed for a new-build programme.
The Bologna process began in 1999 with the aim of setting up a European higher education area by 2010. Terry Mitchell looks at what still needs to be done
The new Manchester interdisciplinary biocentre is a haven for life science researchers interested in the interface with physical sciences, explain Andrew Munro and Nigel Scrutton
Life in a start-up company can be anything but easy, as Lionel Milgrom discovered
Chemistry education in Australia is in decline. Bill Price discusses the problems and proposes some solutions
UK science minister Lord Sainsbury presents the government's case on science funding
Tony Ryan argues that nuclear power should be put back on the agenda
Simon Campbell believes the RSC has a unique opportunity to modernise governance to better meet its internal and external challenges.
Nina Hall is not amused.
Simon Campbell unveils his plans to raise the profile of the chemical sciences.
Terry Mitchell looks at the problems of implementing the Bologna process.
EU proposals on technology transfer agreements pose a substantial threat to innovation, says Amit Khandelwal.
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