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Greening the lab: first net zero mass spectrometer launched

As part of an initiative to permanently remove CO₂ emissions associated with the manufacture and supply chain of all new inorganic IRMS products, the world’s first net zero mass spectrometer (MS) has…

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Greening the lab: first net zero mass spectrometer launched

As part of an initiative to permanently remove CO₂ emissions associated with the manufacture and supply chain of all new inorganic IRMS products, the world’s first net zero mass spectrometer (MS) has…

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The sweet sense of sustainability – repurposing sugar

As we all look to our waistlines, understanding more about healthy eating and seeking to make healthier choices in our diet, Christiane Luley is researching how we might usefully repurpose all the un…

Comment And Analysis

Extract an income from your commercial waste

Convert your commercial waste into income generating products. To whet your appetite for his upcoming talk at the Laboratory News’ Green Lab session at CHEM UK, Dr David Hogg introduces the possibili…

Interviews

How green is my chemistry?

Following up on his recent podcast with Phil discussing extraction of botanicals for gin production, Simon Osborne gives us the lowdown on how green chemistry with microwaves can resolve bottlenecks …