Celebrating twenty years
It was not the only story on 1 April in the UK newspaper 'The Times' that could have been a joke, but the half-page devoted to 'the chilli so hot you need gloves' was certainly shortlisted
Funny stuff, water. The most abundant liquid on our planet, universal solvent, major constituent of all living matter; yet water is far from fully characterised
The recent acquisition of Quorn by Premier Foods rekindles memories of one of the most audacious cases of industrial espionage.
Last September the RSC lost a much-valued member. Eric Voice probably had more intimate knowledge of plutonium than anyone alive in the UK today.
The nuclear power industries of Europe and the US plan to invest at least $5 billion over the next decade in separation of uranium isotopes. David Fishlock looks at how the technology behind nuclear fuel has evolved.
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