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Yet more land goes back to nature
There are more than 140 million registered users on MySpace
LoveAce, a new type of deodorant has been launched
The recent threat of trading standards action against Welsh sausage maker Black Mountains Smokery has been the subject of much press interest here in the UK
It used to be held that the cure for writer's block was to gaze fixedly at a blank sheet of paper until beads of blood formed on your forehead
With the growth in popularity of 'reality' television series and hard-nosed quiz shows continuing unabated, it's good to see that chemistry has not been neglected
Despite its venerable history, the board game Monopoly is as popular as ever and continues to inspire new variations on the classic theme.
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
I sometimes wonder if Heisenberg wasn't a nutritionist rather than a physicist, because in terms of uncertainty, nutrition science currently takes the biscuit
From a scientific point of view it's fair to say that currently it's the biochemistry of metatarsal healing that exercises most England fans' concerns
I have nights when I wake up at three and have great difficulty returning to that blissful state whence I came.
As the world wide web continues to grow apace, the number of immensely useful sites also increases.
The great French chemist Antoine Lavoisier (1743-1794) understood the importance of names in science
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
Here's a hypothetical liberal arts chemistry exam question
Maybe the time has come for academics to make a stand
Three events which together constitute the good, the bad and the ugly sides of a medical breakthrough
The recent acquisition of Quorn by Premier Foods rekindles memories of one of the most audacious cases of industrial espionage.
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