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Illegal CFC production may be slowing ozone layer recovery

Surprise increase in trichlorofluoromethane emissions linked to east Asia

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Algae lipid transformed into benzene

Efficient process derives agrochemical and pharmaceutical intermediate from renewable feedstock

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Battery-in-screen paves way to ultra-thin smartphones

Multifunctional component made from unique hydrogel electrolyte embedded with water-soluble photoluminescent quantum dots

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Transition metal catalyst helps produce sustainable hydrogen from urea

Wastewater purification combines with fuel generation

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Fuelling the hydrogen economy with straw and old newspapers

A new catalytic process converts non-food biomass into extremely pure hydrogen, ready for use in fuel cells

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The three muses of scientific discovery

Inspiration, experimentation and happy accidents are all pathways to a breakthrough

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Escaping the postdoc trap

Low pay and gloomy career prospects are thwarting the next generation of researchers

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Understanding Alzheimer’s

After hundreds of failed drug candidates, James Mitchell Crow asks if this is the last roll of the dice for the amyloid theory of Alzheimer’s disease

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The molecular basis of circadian rhythms

Every cell of every organism has its own little clock, but what makes it tick? Fiona Case finds out

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3D printing in pharma

Nina Notman explores how 3D printing is carving out a niche for itself in the pharmaceutical industry

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